Assessment Managing your School Performance Planning

4 TIPS THAT GUARANTEE TO IMPROVE STUDENT PERFORMANCE IN YOUR SCHOOL

The first step to improving student performance and probably the most difficult one is working out where you’re falling short.

The first step to improving student performance and probably the most difficult one is working out where you’re falling short.

Is your school using multiple applications and teachers are using personal spreadsheets, secret apps (another possible blog post) and mark books? If so, this makes analysing your school’s data incredibly arduous job.

Teachers are spending a depressingly large amount of time trying to input, track, analyse and monitor of all of their students’ progress data.

School deputies and vice principals are receiving inaccurate data from multiple sources in different formats. They then need to formulate this data into an appropriate report required for the principal’s, governors and inspectorate.

At this point the same data has been inputted and reconfigured numerous times in numerous locations.

In order to accurately know how each student, class, year and whole school are performing you need a fully integrated platform that will;

  1. Link departments curriculum planning to the teaching and assessment of subjects ensuring all students are receiving a consistent level of teaching.
  2. Track the students’ performance in real time, pin pointing areas of individual strength and weakness.
  3. Cut out the use of multiple applications that are not integrated and end up causing more work for staff.
  4. Track school performance, spelling out exactly how each student, class and year are doing in real-time.

This solution not only enables schools to make informed decisions to drive student success, it also saves the school up to one day a week in monotonous administrative tasks.