Types of Assessment

Whole School Assessment

In recent months, we have worked with inspirational senior leaders and spent many hours reading literature, educational papers, journals, blogs, editorials and white papers with the aim of adapting our present tracking and technology within our cloud platform in order to produce a unique piece of software and system which can be tailored to suit any educational organisation’s curriculum and assessment approach. 

Our Assessment framework incorporates:

  • Mastery statements
  • Teaching and Learning Progress Grids
  • Student achievement statements
  • Objective based tracking
  • Formative assessment
  • Summative assessment
  • Analysis of performance by teachers and students
  • Parental involvement

Our Assessment system:

  • Can be bespoke and editable for any establishment
  • Can address any assessment approach
  • Supports individual progress
  • Uses a range of assessment tools to capture and record progress
  • Uses technology to track attainment and progress
  • Reporting is instant to staff, students and parents

We launched our assessment without levels software for any curriculum so that it can work alongside any of our schools.

We have now created a unique platform to incorporate Mastery Statements, objective tracking and teaching and learning progress grids, alongside an assessment grid which can be tailored to any schools assessment framework. ​Our framework also includes the objectives found in English, Maths and Science to be identified throughout the year to incorporate any type of summative or formative feedback into our own software.

Whatever your approach to assessment without levels, we can manipulate our software to match your needs.  Our assessment system enables you and your staff to create a model of assessment which they know will work and which will suit them.

Tracking & Reporting

Within our easy to use software we have incorporated any curriculum or assessment builder for any method. There is a comprehensive tracking and progress reporting for curriculum, individual, class, target group, catch up group, year group or key stage group (as below)

Our Assessment tracking and reporting helps you:

  • Compare each child’s standard of attainment against school and national expectations.
  • Compare and assess each individual learners / target groups and whole year groups answers and feedback and progress. 

Our Assessment package

Our assessment package contains the following:

  • Any type of summative and formative assessment can be assessed, tracked, monitored and recorded
  • Students’ expectations, strengths and weaknesses are highlighted and monitored
  • Classroom progress and graphical data page identify progress to the student’s expected, predicted and actual progress made
  • Assessment dates, deadlines and progress reports that are flexible and easily created and moderate
  • A teacher page to comment/assess work, behaviour, attendance and attainment alongside achievement
  • A student page to identify strengths, weaknesses, effort and behaviour against the expectations
  • Create own exams, homework, lessons, and baseline tests to highlight an extensive breakdown of every exam, question and assessed area  for all cohorts, target groups, classes and individuals
  • A student and parent-friendly area to understand and identify the assessment policy through progress reports, comments and graphs
  • A facility to create target groups and procedures to enhance ‘catch up’ students’ progress in English, Maths and Science
  • A head of department page to set up the assessment from the curriculum page
  • A bank of statements for issues, targets, expectations and comments
  • Instant and bespoke inspection-ready reports

Types of assessment

The types of assessment that can be used and bespoke for your assessment policy are:

  • Teacher observations/teacher judgements
  • Knowledge
  • Understanding of topic
  • Exams
  • Baseline tests
  • Benchmark tests and exams
  • Coursework
  • Presentations
  • Behaviour
  • Attitude to learning
  • Class work
  • Individual presentations
  • Attendance
  • Student statement
  • Speaking
  • Listening
  • Grammar
  • Homework
  • Effort
  • Practical work
  • Competence
  • Organisation
  • Readiness to learn
  • Engagement
  • Cross-curricular development
  • Spiritual, moral, cultural and social development
  • Writing
  • Literacy
  • Numeracy
  • Peer work
  • Evaluation skills
  • Skill Development
  • Group work
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