Benchmarking Performance Data in Multi Academy Trusts

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One of the challenges facing Multi Academy Trusts is finding an effective way for schools to communicate their performance data to the central team for benchmarking purposes. Each school will likely have its own curriculum model that they use for…

The end of Numbergeddon?

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Article written by Tim Welch, Head of Implementation at Classroom Monitor  With the assessment environment having changed so much, it’s vital for myself and the rest of the Classroom Monitor team to keep up-to-date with the latest news and discussion….

See us at The Education Show

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The Education Show, NEC, 19th – 21st March This week, we’ll be at Birmingham for The Education Show and you can find us on stand E84. For those of you already on board with Classroom Monitor, Aneeta Raindi – our…

Congratulations to Victoria Infants!

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This week we were delighted to see the latest Ofsted report for one of our longest-standing partner schools, Victoria Infant & Nursery School in Cumbria. As well as maintaining their overall ‘outstanding’ status, the team achieved an outstanding rating in…

Bringing you a better service

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Having spent January to July traveling around the country presenting our plans for NC14, then working flat out during the summer months, the transition into this new academic year has been the smoothest yet. The development team at Classroom Monitor…

For Data’s Sake

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‘Assessment is at the heart of teaching & learning’. This was a key point in the NAHT commission’s report earlier this year. But where does that leave data in the brave new ‘post levels’ world? Over the last couple of…