Snapshot helps primary heads and teachers make informed teaching decisions based on accurate, up-to-date pupil information. No more guess work, no more clumsy spreadsheets and no more waiting until the end of term to spot problems.
Just real world, real time pupil performance data that means every pupil gets the input they need at exactly the right time.
Snapshot – teach better.
Snapshot’s real time assessment makes it easy for heads and staff to quickly identify learning gaps for individuals, groups and year groups.
Revisit lessons, intervene, adjust, double down on problem areas – lesson by lesson.
Easily direct parents to help their children.
Snapshot – detailed, day by day learning insight for every pupil.
Live Snapshot updates mean no more time-consuming and demoralising end of week or end of term assessment catch ups.
Less time wasted on admin, more time focused on planning and on developing the skills your pupils need.
Quickly create reports, prepare parent evening information and evaluate a whole range of National Curriculum, SEN and key stage performance data.
Designed by teachers for teachers Snapshot is simple to use.
No unwieldy spreadsheets or clunky drop down menus, no teaching interference.
So whether you use a desktop, laptop or tablet, navigation is intuitive, input effortless and the insight gained essential.
More than just an assessment tool Snapshot offers a streamlined planning and data analysis system. A system tailored to your exact requirements.
Design statement sheets and reports based on your curriculum and your statements. Configure access rights. Customise Snapshot to suit.
A secure web-based system that’s simple, secure and available from any device, anywhere, anytime. No internet connection? No problem. Snapshot works offline too.
Grant customisable access rights to teachers, parents and governors so everyone can focus on better teaching results.
James Marsh Headteacher Leigh St. Thomas Church of England School
Now there’s no more skipping over gaps, no more waiting until the end of term to spot problems.
Jennifer Warner Deputy Head Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, Wigan
When we first got Snapshot we got a little giddy. Seriously. It made assessment so much more manageable.
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