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Assess. Address. Progress

All you need for supporting new and returning students after a period of remote learning

As you kick-start the new academic year in these extraordinary times, your vision for the future may be a blend of in-class and at home learning. Ensuring you have the flexibility to choose how and when you assess your students is our priority.

Many of our assessments, from digital, award-winning Special Educational Needs resources to print and/or online interactive baseline tests, have been designed to suit your teaching strategy and come with instant, detailed performance data online, so that you can quickly identify intervention needs and plan future learning. 


Ways that you can assess, address and progress in 2020/21

Maths and Reading assessments Access Mathematics Tests (AMT) and Access Reading Tests (ART) can be used to

  • provide baseline data for individuals and whole cohorts in September and performance data later in the year, enabling teachers to diagnose and monitor attainment gaps 
  • highlight gaps in knowledge early on for students transitioning from primary to secondary level, or for returning students
  • gain instant access to individual and group performance reports in PDF format via free analysis and reporting tool MARK, suitable for sharing with key stakeholders
  • save time as both AMT and ART are available in auto-marked, online interactive assessments that generate instant results


Access Mathematics Tests

Access Reading Tests

 

Award-Winning SEN Assessments

Feel confidence knowing that all of our SEN tests, profiling tools and teaching guides have been created by leading experts in the field and designed to support your students' special educational needs. 

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Hear from other schools

"ART is specifically used at John Taylor High school by the SEND department as part of our baseline testing package. This year, such testing will be even more important as we will not have the benefit of Key Stage 2 National Test data or the results from the testing that is carried out during Year 7 induction in July." Gail Gilbert, Assistant SENDCo & Access Arrangements Assessor, John Taylor High School

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How free online reporting tool can help

Alongside our assessments, online tool MARK (My Assessment and Reporting Kit) can help to identify students who need additional support offering a range of individual and group level reports that can be used to easily and quickly review gaps in knowledge and identify those who may need additional support.

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Get advice

Speak with your friendly local assessment consultant in-person, over the phone, by email or even video call to get advice and guidance on the right assessment for you and your students now and in the future. 

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