Plan your curriculum with confidence, and raise expectations in teaching and learning. Classroom Monitor gives you a better way to assess and track progress from Reception to end of Key Stage 2.
Used in more than 2000 schools, Classroom Monitor Primary is an online tool for recording formative assessment, tracking pupil progress and reporting to parents. It links your curriculum to your assessment framework using a simple online markbook and data tracker.
Detailed learning objectives are clearly mapped for each pupil, with free teaching resources to ease planning. You can also add evidence to support judgements and moderation.
Pupil progress data is always Ofsted-ready, with live tracking of any cohort, including vulnerable groups.
There are three modules to Classroom Monitor that work together and individually, so you can choose the best package for your school:
Curriculums We Cover
Classroom Monitor contains content from all major primary frameworks but is totally customisable to any content you may wish to add. Classroom Monitor supports transistion between levels and National Curriculm 2014, allowing schools to run the two in parallel for as long as is necessary.
APP – Assessing Pupil Progress (Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening, Maths, Science and ICT)
Rising Stars National Curriculum 2014 Progression Framework – this will be the default setting in the Classroom Monitor markbooks from September 2014
Sheffield Assessment (Classroom Monitor is a partner of the Sheffield STAT project)
Regional Local Authority frameworks
Early Years Foundation Stage (Birth – Profile)
Phonics (Phase 2-6)
Welsh Foundation Phase
Welsh Literacy and Numeracy Framework (LNF)
Your own – Classroom Monitor is as flexible as possible and will fit your way of working, whatever that may be. So you can add your own objectives and curricula to fit your school.
‘Classroom Monitor helped in our Ofsted inspection, as we were able to show the clear tracking and analysis of pupil progress, how closely we monitor pupil attainment, and how easy it now is to identify individuals or groups who are struggling.’
Find out more about how Walton on Trent Primary School benefits from Classroom Monitor in this case study.