A platform built by teachers, for teachers
ProgressTeaching is more than just a teaching improvement platform – our platform has been called the “holy grail” of schooling!
We bring together all of your student attainment and progress data, teacher development requirements, parent communications, and data reports into a centralised platform – everything you need is ready to view in an instant.
The platform works with any MIS and is used by some of the highest performing primary schools, secondary schools and multi-academy trusts throughout the UK.
Transforming student assessment
“ProgressTeaching has transformed the way we analyse student data and enables our leaders to be even more effective.
The platform lets us analyse student assessment data quickly and accurately, and crucially has enabled us to put interventions in place sooner.
The platform results day service enabled us to quickly report accurate performance data to a range of stakeholders, as well as quickly inform our academy development planning.
No other solution does what ProgressTeaching can.”
Johanna Thompson, Principal at Oasis Academy ‘Silvertown’
Rapid improvement in teaching quality
“Having the platform has allowed us to really share strengths of teaching and learning whilst also having a focused method of feedback. We are seeing rapid improvement in practice because of the ease and focus of the system.
The strengths and action steps allow a higher level of strategy for improving teaching and learning and for us to bespoke our CPD offering to the needs of the staff.”
Jocelyn Rebera, Deputy Headteacher at Hartsdown Academy
Saving time to focus on teaching
“Thanks to the ProgressTeaching platform, we now have a really effective and straightforward approach to improving the quality of teaching at our school.
With teachers being able to input data quickly and SLT having the ability to instantly set up a learning walk whilst accessing previous feedback comments, it’s going to save us so much time.
It means we can really focus on teaching rather than data collection and analysis!”
Emma Johnson, Head Teacher at All Saints CEVA Primary School