Feature Focus: Using SuccessTracker to Save You Time

With SATs around the corner and other tests taking place in primary schools too, we thought that now would be a great time to show you how SuccessTracker is not only great for helping you with marking, assessment and personalised learning, but saving you valuable time also.

What’s SuccessTracker?

Our tracking tool, SuccessTracker, allows you to track students’, groups’ or whole-class progress, helping you identify strengths and weaknesses at all levels quickly and easily.

Why Is SuccessTracker Great for Your Teaching?

  • Records individual scores: to help with personalised learning, SuccessTracker saves individual scores for you to easily view – it means you can see how individual students are doing – handy!
  • Provides a detailed view of scores: you have a detailed view of all the questions within an Activity or Test that a student answered correctly or incorrectly. This means you can see if your students are struggling with a certain subject area.
  • Work can be reset easily: if a student needs to go over a piece of work, you can easily add any resource from SuccessTracker to a MyCity to help with revision and mastery – it makes it really easy to help your students improve their scores. 
  • More time for you: as scores are recorded automatically so you don’t have to mark anything, you can place your concentration elsewhere, which means you have more time to help students.

Don’t forget about MySuccess!

MySuccess is the students’ equivalent to SuccessTracker – it’s their progress tracking tool. It allows students, who are logged in as individual users, to see their latest score and their best score on Activities and Tests played – it’s great for encouraging revision as students can beat scores by replaying resources.

To see SuccessTracker, log in, or if your school doesn’t subscribe to EducationCity, take a free trial.