Whether it is setting curricular next-step learning targets for the children, or end of Key Stage or end of year level targets, School PUPIL TRACKER will support you.
Setting curricular next step learning targets
TEACHERS get support from a huge bank of targets in the TARGET BANK. The TARGET BANK contains over 2,500 targets, from writing, reading, speaking and listening, mathematics, science, and all of the Foundation Stage to behavioural, independence and early skills. There are even all the APP objectives from writing, reading, speaking and listening, mathematics and science too!
Set curricular next step learning targets for any group
Set your next step targets for individuals, differentiated groups, APP control groups, the whole class or even themed across the whole school.
Print out targets as stickers or cross-curricular target grids
After setting targets, teachers can download them straight into Microsoft Word documents to print them out as labels or stickers, or as cross-curricular target grids. It is a simple step from targets on the screen to using them in the classroom.
Set KS1 and KS2 targets using expected progress, VA and FFT tools
LEADERS get support setting end of year and end of Key Stage level targets: Set KS2 targets based on your choice of VA (for example, I want our VA to be 100.5), your FFT Band D targets, expected pupil progress or aim for a percentage of children to attain level 4. Set KS1 targets based on expected progress. By setting an end of Key Stage target, School PUPIL TRACKER Online will also 'fill in the gaps' and set targets for intervening years that step up from each child's current attainment to their end of Key Stage target.
Communicate targets across school
You can even share targets with parents with our Online Reporting feature - no need to send home termly target letters - parents simply log on and see the real targets a child is currently working on.
here to use the real TARGET SETTING records in the demo.