iTRACK Primary is an online tracking service for tracking pupil progress and attainment which can be used independently, or in conjunction with, LCP teaching resources and progress tests.
Easily identify pupils working below, at, and above the end of year expectation, with more precise refinement in up to 8 attainment standards, which can be customised to your school terms.
"I have been more than happy with the iTrack data analysis tool since it has provided me with extremely detailed analysis which in turn has enabled all teachers to drill down into specific cohorts of children, ensuring they get the best possible support. I have been very impressed with how the iTrack team have listened to my specific requests and have personalised our account i.e specific objectives for reading and writing have been worded in a child friendly way, finding combined data scores at different points in the year, providing an easy to use pupil tracking sheet for parents evening. It is their willingness to listen and respond to not only National demands but also school demands that has impressed me. I am now seeing teachers confidently using iTrack for formtive assessment data which is a good indicator as to the effectiveness of this analysis tool." - Nick Newberry, Headteacher, Brimington Junior School
"The online support offered by Itrack means that on the rare occasion that things go wrong, or additional support is required, someone has always been available to help. The speed of their replies is what has impressed me most, meaning small issues don't become major headaches. The fact that someone replied, to acknowledge my query, outside of 'normal' working hours, was particularly appreciated." -D Peterson, Head of School, Stokesay Primary
"“We like iTRACK, it is accessible, clearly formatted, ever improving, provides good training afterwards, their dynamic staff respond to our needs, it’s accessible at home, accessible to governors, creates reports that are easy to print, Ofsted used it successfully – what more could we ask?” - Rebecca Scutt, Headteacher, Stow-On-The-Wold Primary School