Progression Services

"The main benefit of the Progression Service is that it provides us with a clear system that links to our assessment criteria. This enables us to identify strengths and weaknesses for each of our students giving us the ability to support all of our students to achieve the best possible outcomes."
- Andrew Parry, Senior Deputy, King Harold Academy 


With our blend of experience, widespread reach and access to the best educators in the field, we have developed a straightforward, time-saving and reliable approach to tracking student progress in a world without National Curriculum levels.

Let us guide you through that approach. Take a look at the quick clip below to get you started, then explore the rest of the site to learn more.

A range of assessments, mapped to the Progression Scale, can be used to support in-school summative reporting. Take a look at the full range of assessments available now and the assessments coming soon. 


Why does the Progression Scale have 12 steps? Why not nine steps to align to the new GCSE 9-1 grades?

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