Data & Tracking With EducationCity

We place importance on ensuring that our assessments provide clear and actionable data showing correlations between students’ score in order to analyse results effectively and provide personalised learning and intervention to address any areas identified in need of improvement.

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Our data is gathered in real-time, so you only need to refresh your page to ensure you can see all the data needed whilst an assessment is taking place.

Further Practice

Numbers are provided to let you know what students scored so you can adapt planning and decide whether you need to assign additional resources to certain students.

Plus, students are able to repeat unit and formative assessments, so it’s easy to see when and where progress has been made.

Partially Completed Assessments

With our data view, you can see there and then who has completed assessments, whether anyone still has assessments in progress or any students who may have been absent, so it’s easy to locate which students need a nudge and which can print a certificate.

*Some features are for England only.

Data Analysis

Under the objectives, you can see all the aligned questions, so you can review which answers students scored as correct, incorrect or not attempted, and gain a useful overview of objectives met.

Objectives at a Glance

With our reports, you can see which objectives certain students are struggling with, as these are included alongside the colour coded performance indicators.

Comparing Results

Managing assessment data is quick and easy, as you can click on a tick or cross to review the question data, the answers students gave, and easily see any misconceptions across the class.

We use the phonics area a lot in daily phonics sessions as a whole class, and also as catch-up in small groups or as individual practice work.

Miss Cook, Teacher & Computing Coordinator, Greyfriars Primary School, Norfolk


Our data tools make personalised learning easy, as you can assign resources once you’ve analysed your students’ individual needs and find follow-up work they may need to do.


As you can see all your students’ results in a detailed way, you can suggest certain resources for selected groups to do, which helps them master the resources they need to and helps you see which students may need additional resources if they are progressing.


You can inform teaching assistants of the results, but, as results are open, they are also able to view data and plan interventions or focus groups for aided support or for those who require next steps towards mastery.


After assessments are taken, a Revision Journal is created, which involves a personalised learning pathway of prescribed resources based upon their results. You can check their progress by looking at the additional data views, which is ideal for seeing if anything needs to be followed up further.

Just restarted school subscription in Scotland. I used EducationCity teaching the English curriculum abroad. Amazed at the changes made in just a few years! Thank you!

Catriona Canning, Primary Teacher, St Sophia’s Primary School, East Ayrshire

Subject Assessments