Capture and assess primary pupils’ learning and development
ReallySchool saves teachers at least two hours daily! Observations of skills acquisition can be taken and stored directly into an online log for each child without having to print them and stick them into journals. Written or voice notes can be added to observations on the go in just a few clicks, and videos can be recorded to evidence their assessments. Our beautiful learning journals and informative timelines and reports give you access to all the information you need at your fingertips, anywhere, anytime.
Easy to use
Developed with teachers, for teachers, ReallySchool is designed in the style of a social media app, so finding and accessing its tools is super easy – with no training required. ReallySchool stands apart from other solutions due to its flexibility. Teachers and TAs can capture photos and videos direct from their device, add existing ones to a child’s record, view progress timelines and even change the criteria mid-assessment if a pupil has done something additional to the current topic.
Assess and report
Teachers can effortlessly apply assessments from the in-built list (includes all UK criteria and frameworks – including the new EYFS 2020 curriculum) and instantly check where learning gaps are. Meanwhile the mix of reports available (class progress, student progress, SOAP, baseline assessments, end of KS1 and KS2 assessment, whole school attainment), helps provide valuable whole-school insights. See our full list of assessment frameworks
Parents have access to their own version of the ReallySchool app, which is incredibly easy to use. Teachers can send videos, photos, audio clips and learning journals to parents to highlight what their child is learning about at school. It also allows teachers to send out home learning activities, encouraging parents to contribute to their child’s learning – and helps teachers to record refinements in pupils’ understanding to show smaller steps of progress.
Key features include:
- Create classes and houses
- Add or capture photos
- Add audio and video notes
- Add comments to observations
- Access current assessment criteria
- Add extra assessment criteria on the fly
- Add baseline assessments
- One click for a detailed student view
- See pupils’ progress in timelines
- View a range of class and student reports
- Generate leadership reports
- Create student journals
- Celebrate student success
- Share achievements and progress with parents
- Share home learning activities with parents
- Parents can share development and achievements from home
- Plus much more!
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Watch our short summary video
Watch our short summary video
Our simple-to-use tablet app is designed for early years practitioners, primary school teachers and TAs to ensure the easiest and most flexible approach to capturing observations in the classroom. Record assessments from the in-built list of assessment points, identify child-initiated activities, capture photos to support evidence – and so much more.
All classroom assessments can be moderated post-lesson from the ReallySchool Windows console, additional notes can be added, and then, where appropriate, shared instantly with parents or carers. ReallySchool also generates beautiful journals and reports to ensure you can see who is on track, emerging or secure on any topic and allow you to spot any learning gaps.
ReallySchool has an annual fee that varies depending on the number of pupils you have. There are no additional costs, as the payment includes all of ReallySchool’s features. The annual costs only vary for the number of pupils; any number of devices can be used to access ReallySchool.
What they say about us...
“With ReallySchool, we’re now getting better quality assessments, which means a better response in terms of planning and provision.”
Mrs Waters, Head Teacher, Dogsthorpe Infants School
“In a data-rich but time-poor educational climate, giving teachers a resource that saves them time and produces effective and purposeful reports is a no brainer!”
Ben Whitaker, Co-ordinator of Project Digital at Burnley College