As students return to school, you might be looking at how to identify gaps in learning so you can recognise both curriculum and pastoral needs and where students will need additional support. You might be in search of transition and baseline data from which to measure progress going forward. And you might also be looking for a way to measure students’ attitudinal and emotional health on returning after this prolonged absence from school.
The good news is we are here to help you.
Our assessments provide you with the data to baseline your students, at the right time for you after they return. They can also support you in understanding current levels of attainment, including students’ reading ages, helping you to identify any gaps in knowledge across core subjects and aiding your curriculum planning. Additionally, our PASS measure allows you to gauge the attitudes and mindset of your students as they return to school, and it now comes with new actionable interventions to address areas of concern related to prolonged absence.