Pupil Tracking assessment reports


You can gain access to the various Pupil Tracking reports by doing the following:

  • Hover your cursor over the ‘Pupil Tracking‘ main heading, the following is displayed:

You can view the reports by clicking on each section heading (click on the blue link, shown below, to find out more about each section of the report):

  • Summary – this shows the attainment / estimate / difference
  • Year groups – this shows the Year groups / Pupils with assessments / estimates / difference
  • Classes – this shows individual classes / Pupils with assessments / estimates / difference
  • Pupil groups – this breaks down the various pupil groups e.g. FSM, Ethnicity etc.
  • My school groups – custom groups of pupils, defined by you, e.g. intervention groups
  • Pupils – this shows the individual pupils / estimate / scaled score / difference
  • Pupils Scatterplot – this shows all the pupils in a scatterplot comparison
  • Pathway – lets you compare your assessment performance over time

Report Criteria

Specify your criteria of each report type using the following:

From the top of the display you can click on the ‘Assessment name‘, ‘Year‘ and ‘Class‘ via dropdown lists, by clicking on each heading (not all reports have the same drop downs)

You can also click on ‘Key stage’, ‘Filters’ and ‘Indicators‘ on the right, to adjust the filtering of the data shown (depending on which report you are on).

There are also various links shown for each of the reports which have the following functionality:

  • Timeline – (calendar icon, example shown below) allows you to show / not show the timeline for the year/s above the reports
  • ?= – Aspire assistance On / Off (allows to show further assistance information)
  • You can toggle the ‘Based on’ option on the right, each time you click on this it will change the display to:
    • Based on pupils with both assessments and FFT estimates
    • Based on pupils with both assessments & targets
    • Based on assessments
Updated on 18th January 2021

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