Meet the unique needs of pupils and teachers with fully customised learning plans. Classroom Monitor enables flexible key stage tracking for any age and any situation.
When you need to track a wide range of abilities and behaviours, Classroom Monitor makes it much easier to record judgments and plan next steps. Our online markbooks provide a personal learning profile for each pupil so their learning needs and goals are clearly mapped out. It’s quick and easy to track progress and report results with data that’s always ready at your fingertips. We work with around 200 SEN and EBD schools, including pupil referral units and hospital schools.
Benefit from simplified assessment, planning and reporting
- Compatible with tablets so you can record photos, videos, and other evidence of learning
- Standardise assessment for non qualified teachers and learning support assistants
- Help pupils to realise their potential by involving them in target setting and progress tracking
- Improve pupil behaviour and teaching standards with improved lesson planning
- Gather data on pupil progress for Ofsted, educational psychiatrists and other authorities
‘The ability to record and report VERY small steps of progress for SEN students is invaluable in some cases. The clear visual impact of red, amber and green are clear even to the non-specialist.’
Deputy Headteacher, Surrey.
‘Students have greater awareness of how they are progressing, as staff are sharing their learning journeys better in terms of next step developments. Students like the interactive nature and the colours of moving through the levels, and get a sense of enjoyment and pride as and when 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: