Classroom Monitor

Classroom Monitor have shared their recommendations on how to continue to track pupil progress during COVID-19.

“For teachers, the current pandemic and associated disruption to education is presenting significant challenges. Everyone is operating in an uncertain environment with no knowledge of when and how schools will return to normal. Teachers are concerned for not only the educational disruption that all our pupils are facing but also for the wider personal challenges that at least some will be dealing with. In helping you to bridge the potential COVID-19 learning gaps, Classroom Monitor can be a vital tool.”

Tanya ParkerEducation and Assessment Expert
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Maze Education

Has the world of pupil data ground to a halt? Chris Toyne explains the need for pupil data despite national curriculum assessments not taking place this year.

“If we look at any industry or workplace in the world, they use data to improve ... Why should education be any different? So long as the focus of the data is to improve pupil outcomes and life chances and to balance or improve teacher workload, then that is a good thing.”

Chris ToyneMaze Education
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Watch OTrack’s webinar to find out more about to track learning outcomes when marking home learning tasks.

“By engaging pupils in their learning, giving teachers the tools to teach and collecting data on pupils’ home learning, schools can prepare pupils for a successful return to class.”

Tom ParkinsonDirector of Tracking Software
Watch the webinarRead Tom's article on Preparing For A Successful Return To Class

Target Tracker

Target Tracker Bite-Size Webinars

Throughout the day we’ll be hosting a free series of short training webinars on various aspects of Target Tracker. Each session will focus on how Target Tracker can support teachers in their role.

Register for as many individual sessions as you like and feel free to drop in and out as needed.

Wednesday 27th May 2020

  • 09:30 Recent changes in Target Tracker
  • 10:30 The reception to year 1 transition
  • 11:30 Using statement groups for curriculum planning, assessment and reporting
  • 12:30 Measuring progress
  • 13:30 Continuity of learning during the Covid-19 pandemic (1 hour session) 
  • 15:00 Continuity of learning during the Covid-19 pandemic (1 hour session)
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Feedback from our Webinars

A huge thank you from me to Stephan and Robin for an amazingly informative day. Also thanks to the brilliant support team on chat. Fantastic day and will be expressed to S.L.T. and colleagues

Wow what a great and informative training session. Thanks guys I shall recommend colleagues to join.


Thank you so much for all the useful information you have shared today! As a new user to TT I feel much more confident going forward. Thank you very much! 🙂


I've been with you guys all day and have really enjoyed the different sessions. I feel enlightened! Thank you.


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If you need a statement for planning or for a document, it can be copied directly from Target Tracker. Just click on the statement in Primary-Statements, then use CTRL+C to copy.

For a quick overview of the last explicit attainment entered into Target Tracker, many schools use a Venn to see the overlap between subjects. Clicking on the numbers will reveal the names.

Whether schools are looking to tailor their home-learning provision, or whether they are looking ahead to when pupils return, the Statement Overview report shows where there are gaps for particular pupils. The statements can then be used for planning interventions.

Using the Gap Analysis report in Target Tracker is a great way to analyse where a class needs to go next. You can narrow the statements being analysed still further by applying Statement Groups.

The Scatter Graph in Target Tracker shows how pupils' last explicit attainment compares to their last statutory assessment. This example shows Helen had made good progress until Spring 2. Schools can use this data to plan suitable programmes for pupils when they return to school.

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