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With a wealth of experience leading, supporting and working in schools across the country, each of our trainers and consultants can visit you and your staff to ensure you make the most of School PUPIL TRACKER Online.

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 Neil Crabtree-Livesey  Writer of School PUPIL TRACKER Online

Neil wrote School PUPIL TRACKER Online whilst working as the head teacher of two schools in Devon, where his Leadership, Vision and teaching were rated as 'outstanding' in Ofsted inspections during his headships.

Having worked closely with over one hundred local authorities on data management for the last fifteen years, including the introduction of the EYFS Profile and the use of National Curriculum Points and Average Points Scores [APS], Neil has a long-standing history of experience exploring data and supporting schools in self-evaluation.

As well as lecturing at Manchester University to PGCE students, he has worked with a diverse range of schools and learning communities throughout the whole of the UK as a School Improvement Partner [SIP] and School PUPIL TRACKER consultant as well as supporting the Teacher Development Agency on lesson observation criteria.
 Alan Harding  South East Consultant
Alan has a broad experience in school leadership and ICT, having led schools as a head teacher for over 22 years. Having struggled to make sense of other assessment systems on the market, Alan was an early adopter of School Pupil Tracker Online and used it to successfully support assessment throughout his school, from nursery to Y6, using it to skillfully generate reports for governors and the Local Authority. Alan has an excellent, practical knowledge of using School PUPIL TRACKER in action - including the use of onine reporting for parents and the use of SPTO to produce end of year reports.
Having been involved in the introduction of the BBC Microcomputer in primary schools, Alan spent time on secondment in Berkshire supporting teachers in developing the early use of computers in school.
 Liz Newey  Midlands and South Consultant
Liz has been working in educational settings for over 20 years, including teaching and leadership roles in schools, and 10 years supporting schools through work for Local Authorities.Until October 2010 she was ICT Advisor for Gloucestershire LA.

Her work involved a rigorous use of data to support school improvement in many contexts, and using data to really change outcomes for pupils in classrooms, and drive standards forward. She is committed to the use of data as a powerful tool to help schools maximise the power of their intervention strategies.

She has a wealth of experience working with primary head teachers, governors, middle leaders and teachers, helping them plan strategies to support school improvement. Used to partnership working across many south west and national organisations as part of previous roles, her training skills are excellent, and she is experienced in working with both very small, and larger groups of people.

 Karen Thompson  North and Midlands Consultant
Karen has wide ranging experience from 27 years in the Primary sector, including substantial senior leadership as both head and deputy, and being an Advanced Skills Teacher. As a teacher, her range of experiences include classroom practice, peripatetic and supply work as well as one-to-one specialist support. She also spent time in the secondary sector overseas, working as a science teacher in a remote mission school in Africa.

Whilst science education was the focus of her Masters Degree, Karen also has specialisms in maths, literacy and ICT. Use of technology in school is a particular passion and as a school leader she embraced cutting edge projects. She is a longstanding user of School Pupil Tracker, and in 2011, Ofsted praised her accurate school self-evaluation, with the significant factor being her use of a ‘sophisticated tracking system’.
 Gareth Webb  Midlands Consultant
In 2014 Gareth was a lead practitioner in the DFE and NCTL Beyond Levels research project; investigating and presenting good practice models and solutions to the Assessing Without Levels agenda. During his career, Gareth has taught in schools in very challenging circumstances and those in the top 10% for student outcomes.
Gareth has a wide range of leadership experience in all phases of education from first and primary schools to post-16 provision. As a Deputy Head Teacher he was commended by Ofsted for his understanding and presentation of data and how its analysis has been used to identify school priorities and secure improvement. He has most recently worked with whole clusters of primary schools to embed School Pupil Tracker into their assessment processes; training teachers, leaders and Governors to understand and analyse their data.
Through local authority secondments he has been responsible for improving the standards of learning and teaching in failing schools. He has worked with Universities and SCITT programmes to train student teachers and has supported schools and teachers to develop ICT and computing skills in line with the new curriculum.
 Sue Woods  South West Consultant
As Primary Assessment Adviser and mathematics lead for Somerset LA until October 2010, Sue brings a deep knowledge and understanding of Primary assessment process and procedure combined with a passion for bringing data to life.  She has many years experience in training, and supporting the use of data to secure school improvement with head teachers, school leaders, teachers, local authority advisers, school improvement partners, school business managers and governors.
Sue’s rich and varied career has allowed her to develop broad expertise in IT systems, leadership and management, and adult learning and development.  She is renowned for bringing energy and imagination to her training and is valued for her practical and focused approach. Her consulting is respected for its clear focus on improving outcomes for children and schools.
Sue remains an enthusiastic member of the assessment national body AAIA. (Association for Achievement and Improvement through Assessment).
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