Track and assess SEND pupils in the new National Curriculum. Classroom Monitor gives you a proven and flexible alternative to levels and P-Scales.

When you need to track a wide range of abilities and behaviours, Classroom Monitor makes it much easier to record judgements and plan next steps.

Most other trackers will only ever classify SEND pupils as working below age-related expectations. Classroom Monitor is different: you can assess pupils in the way that works best for them and for you, with a focus on positive outcomes.

We work with around 200 SEND and EBD schools, including pupil referral units and hospital schools, plus a wide network of SENDCO’s in mainstream schools.

A post-levels solution to assessing SEND pupils

Classroom Monitor is fully customisable to any curriculum framework you choose to use. We also offer an off-the-shelf framework for SEND pupils, designed by Access to Education (A2E).

The frameworks allow you to track small step progress in literacy and numeracy, and give you assessment criteria with related scoring. Although designed for children who fall significantly behind their peers, it focuses on positive outcomes and next-steps rather than under-achievement.

“The ability to record and report VERY small steps of progress for SEN students is invaluable.”
Deputy Headteacher, Surrey.

“Students have greater awareness of how they are progressing, as staff share their learning journeys better in terms of next step developments. Students like the interactive nature and colours of the online markbooks. They get a sense of enjoyment and pride as they move through the assessment criteria.” Assistant Head, Bucks.

“Classroom Monitor helps with informing planning, understanding the child and reporting to authorities “. Acorn Care & Education Group


Stony Dean school in Buckinghamshire leapt from ‘requires in improvement’ to ‘outstanding’ in its recent Ofsted inspection. Find out how using Classroom Monitor helped the team achieve these results in our case study interview with Assistant Head Neil Strain:

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