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Courage to change assessment system boosts primary school

Axminster Community Primary School took the decision to change their assessment tracker to STATonline in February 2017 - along with six other schools from the Acorn Academy Trust. Head of School Ross Minton explains how the pupil progress traker has benefited both teachers and pupils at the school.

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Educater announce Rising Stars partnership

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Educater is delighted to announce an exciting new partnership which will see the Rising Stars Progression Frameworks incorporated into its STATonline primary assessment tool, enabling teachers to record pupil progress, gather evidence and plan against the Rising Stars Progression Frameworks.

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Precision Planning with STATonline

The easy-to-use STAT gridsTeachers have for a long time desired a reliable educational assessment tracker where they can analyse and clearly see where the gaps in learning of their pupils are. This means that they will be able to make necessary adjustments to their lesson plans so that significant gains in understanding are achieved and engagement is increased, especially among students at risk.

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The STAT Sheffield Story

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Educater is now in its second year of supporting the STAT Sheffield project and it has been a pleasure to work with likeminded people who share a passion and drive in making a difference to schools all across the UK with ‘life after levels’.

But let us remind ourselves of how the STAT Sheffield project came about.

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Educater arrive at BETT 2017

There was a real buzz surrounding stand G150 at the BETT Show today as Educater showcased its collection of communication, assessment tracking and data analysis tools for schools.

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Making the EHCP process more manageable!

It has been widely recognised that information sharing between education, health and care professionals is a significant concern and in addition to the statutory requirements already in place, there needs to be a culture change in the EHCP (Education, Health and Care Plan) process.

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