This is where we will be publishing a series of videos that share how schools are reporting progress in different ways.

We will be adding to this list of videos through January and February. Please either subscribe to our YouTube channel or follow us on Twitter to get notifications of new updates on this topic.


The final stages of the summer break are here. I’m sure you’re starting to think about what needs completing in preparation for the start of the academic year. One question you may be thinking, is my tracking system ‘New academic year ready’?


What tracking systems should do

We’re keen followers of education bloggers, not least the School Data Updates author James Pembroke, we really value his opinion in the primary school education sector. In one of his latest posts James alludes to a set of critera that a tracking system should meet.


This week I had an email from updates with the subject heading “Data management: reducing teacher workload”. Naturally this got my attention, and I decided it was well worth a read.


We’ve noticed that most schools who are changing their tracking methods, are moving from linear tracking to a Point In Time Assessment model.

Schools and MATs have told us that the PITA solution fits perfectly with the philosophy of the current curriculum.

Read on to learn how this can help improve your school.


In partnership with our GDPR consultants and legal team, we have carefully scrutinised the GDPR, and we’ve taken the necessary steps to identify where we needed to comply and where any changes needed to be made.

We are pleased to announce that all our processes and technologies are documented and compliant with the GDPR, our staff have been trained and we have released our new legal documents. You can view these documents by using the button below.

View our GDPR documents

In the lead up to the end of the Spring term, we have decided that we want to run an Easter competition – open to ALL Primary schools in England. That’s right, you do not have to be an OTrack user to enter this competition.

We’re really excited to be able to introduce OTrack 2018. We have included many improved features, all developed using modern technologies – allowing us to lay the foundations for future innovations in pupil tracking.



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