Award-winning Alfie identifies pupils’ strengths & weaknesses and provides accurate question level data that schools can use to analyse pupil & group performance in specific curriculum areas, track pupils’ progress and ultimately raise standards by providing further evidence to support teacher assessment.
The Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency (QCDA) produce standardised National and Optional paper-based tests to help teachers evaluate pupil attainment in core subjects – these are now available digitally as online tests that are computer-marked and provide instant analysis.
The resulting 8,500+ question items have been reviewed & updated for 2012 to ensure tests are mapped to the current curriculum & level descriptions and therefore present an excellent tool to help schools map their pupils’ progress.
Schools decide how to use the tests. They can be used in whole, customised or combined to provide valuable formative & diagnostic information about pupils’ strengths & weaknesses and produce reliable national curriculum levels in a summative context.
The award-winning online testing system helps teachers raise standards by providing further evidence to support their teacher assessment.
Alfie identifies pupils’ strengths & weaknesses and provides accurate question level data that schools can use to analyse pupil & group performance in specific curriculum areas, and track pupils’ progress.
The resulting data helps to evidence the requirements of Ofsted and will allow you to demonstrate outstanding practice.
Online tests are marked instantly saving valuable teaching time. Reclaimed marking time can then be used for effective planning and intervention.