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Pupil-tracking software

Discussion in 'Primary' started by futura, Mar 21, 2008.

  1. I've been asked if I will compile charts and graphs showing children's progress in various National Curriculum and other tests such as reading and spelling.

    I've looked at the resources section, but I couldn't see the wood for the trees.

    The commercial products are horrendously expensive.

    Is there anything free/cheap and basic out there?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Leave your e-mail and I can explain what I do.
     
  3. imc

    imc

  4. We use Classtrack www.classtrack.co.uk and it's fab. It's cheap, easy to use and ofsted loved it when they came in! It does everything for you. Was written by a teacher so it's very user friendly.
     

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