Target Tracker is the complete assessment package supporting entry, analysis and sharing of pupil progress and attainment data through Early Years and Keys Stages 1 and 2. It includes complete support for the National Curriculum allowing subscribers to rest assured they are up-to-date with the latest best practice.
With over 1 in 5 primary sector schools in England now using Target Tracker, you will be joing the largest group of skilled practitioners and experts all working to keep the Target Tracker solution firmly at the forefront of assessment provision and support.
Primary Target Tracker is excellent. At last a tool that is properly interactive and quick. Data tracking has never been so simple!Emma Wigmore, Headteacher, St Margaret's CofE Primary School, Basildon
Target Tracker lets stakeholders work collaboratively, with access to the most up-to-date information. With simple, time-saving assessment entry tools and multiple ways to view the data giving comprehensive tailored reports that highlight whether pupils are above, below or meeting expectation.
Target Tracker allows users to create reports for children, parents, teachers, managers and governors, supporting self-evaluation, performance management and preparing for Ofsted.
Target Tracker is a key element in schools effectiveness, integrating software, expert consultancy, training, resources and support to enable schools to develop an on going strategy for self-improvement. Target Tracker quickly becomes an integral part of day-to-day teaching and learning, saving time and adding potential.
From complete cohort data to individual pupil progress and gap analysis, it has the ability to measure both overall and average progress as well as against age expectation.
Clear, concise reports enable early intervention and immediate action, with no need to spend hours collecting and collating information.
Not using Target Tracker in your school yet?
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