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Measure progress in Maths

Our Maths Activelearn Progress & Assess (formerly Pearson Progression Services) is a reliable, easy to use service to help you measure and report students’ progress from KS3 through to A level.  You can use our progress assessments and tools alongside your own systems to give you confidence in your data, help you plan appropriate interventions, and inform teaching plans.

This service is included as part of a full ActiveLearn subscription or available as a separate Progress & Assess subscription.

Take a look at the video below to find out more, try our free assessments or get in touch with us to request a demonstration.


Our Maths ActiveLearn Progress & Assess includes:

  • 12-Step Progression Scale and mapping to 9-1 indicative GCSE grades
  • Progression Map
  • Baseline assessments for KS3, KS4 and KS5
  • End-of-unit, end-of-term and end-of-year assessments
  • Mark schemes for all assessments
  • Online markbooks that provide analysis of students’ results.

Find out how Progress & Assess maths works.

View and download our guide to Progress & Assess.


NEW - create your own maths assessments with Assessment Builder

Create assessments that match your teaching, choosing questions that match the skills and topics you have covered. Plus, access valuable student analysis through the auto-generated online markbook.

Read more about Assessment Builder now.

 View and download our guide to Progress & Assess here


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Try before you buy

Try free assessments, resources and tools to measure and report progress.

> Try free progress assessments

Where next? 

Speak to an expert or request a demonstration to find out how our progress assessments and reports or our Assessment Builder can work for your school.

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