Monday 12th November 2018
Monday 12th November 2018
Thursday 25th October 2018
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 October, November and December 2018. Please either subscribe to our YouTube channel or follow us on Twitter to get notifications of new updates on this topic.READ MORE →
Friday 5th October 2018
This week has been action packed and very interesting, so I thought I’d share the experience with our social media friends.
Thursday 30th August 2018
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’?
Wednesday 15th August 2018
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.
Friday 18th May 2018
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.
Thursday 9th November 2017
Parklands Primary School have been an OTrack user since the Summer of 2012. Following their recent Outstanding Ofsted rating, we were keen to speak to them about how they have been tackling assessment with OTrack in recent years.
Saturday 14th October 2017
In September 2017 the DfE published their responses to the primary assessment consultation that began in March and ran for 12 weeks until 22nd June. Here is a summary of our findings from the document.
Tuesday 10th October 2017
On this page you will find a list of white papers that we have released recently covering a range of topics relating to Education and pupil tracking. Feel free to download any listed below, and contact us for more information.
Wednesday 18th January 2017
Here at OTrack we believe that our software should give you the time to have those meaningful conversations – and time to put plans in place to improve the lives of young people.
If you’re spending hours pulling data together from different academies and having to use a calculator, then we can help.
“People were tracking their data in different ways, now – thanks to OTrack – we get ca get analysis for all different contextual groups at the click of a button”
Glyn Bishop, Senior School Improvement Officer at Waterton Academy Trust
It is possible to bring together data from all your academies, even if they are using different tracking models and theories. Many of our MATs however prefer to use the same methodology across the board, giving full consistency to their reporting.
Regardless of how you track in your academies – we can easily configure OTrack to meet your exact needs. We’ll consult with you about how you want to analyse performance against age related expectations and expected progress. Our dedicated report development team will ensure that you never use spreadsheets and calculators again.
“The Maltby Academy Trust customised reports are so useful for identifying year groups and other contextual groups that may need more support, they also give me and schools senior management essential analysis for reporting to governors and to the trust”.
David Horrigan – Executive Principal at Maltby Learning Trust
Our brand-new MAT Dashboard is now being used across many Multi-Academy Trusts and enables trust executives to quickly analyse data from one academy to another. The filters allow easy access to year groups and contextual groups to facilitate the sharing of best practice at the touch of a button.