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You’ve Identified the Gaps, What Do You Do Now?

Let’s imagine you’ve identified your students’ learning gaps from an assessment that’s been taken. What are the next steps to a student’s learning and how can you support each individual to help them improve their understanding?

Let’s explore some of the features of EducationCity that can help address any misconceptions and support your intervention…


The MyCity feature not only saves you time planning your lessons in advance, but also helps to achieve targeted learning by enabling you to create a personalised revision pathway. Here, you can track students’ progress and see where intervention may be required.

What are the benefits to MyCity?


MyRevision enables you to track students’ progress and assess their level of understanding. When students score less than 100% on an assessment, to help improve their understanding, a Revision Journal is generated. This pulls together a range of curriculum-mapped resources based on a student’s score.

What’s great about Revision Journals?

Grouping Students

The Grouping tool enables you to set targeted classwork/homework for groups of students. With this feature, you could set certain students goals and challenges you want to, group via abilities or create mixed groups to support one another.

How can grouping students help me?

Home Access

Students can continue their learning after school, during the weekends and over the holidays. This is also a benefit to students’ parents, so they can see how their child is progressing and offer support if needed.

The benefits of Home Access:

We hope you found our feature suggestions helpful! We understand how important it is to be able to effectively monitor success and growth, and if there are any learning gaps, being able to identify these as soon as possible, so steps can be put in place for improvement.

If you’d like to explore the features mentioned above for yourself, simply sign in. Alternatively, if your school doesn’t have EducationCity, sign up for a free trial.

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