ReallySchool is a brand new solution developed with primary school teachers and TAs to help them capture and record pupils’ learning experiences in the classroom, while saving time and promoting parental engagement.
Add or capture photos
Access current assessment criteria
One click for a detailed student view
View a range of class reports
Add audio notes
Create student journals
Share achievements and progress with parents
ReallySchool is already helping teachers to save precious time in the classroom by eliminating the endless task of sticking photos into workbooks, adding handwritten notes and linking assessment criteria. Instead, its flexible app allows teachers and TAs to capture photos and videos direct from their device or add existing ones to a child’s record. They can add written or voice notes to observations as they occur, as well as see progress timelines highlighting at a glance those who are secure, developing or emerging in their key skills or, alternatively, where assessments are still required or there are gaps that need to be addressed.
Easy to use
ReallySchool stands apart from other solutions due to its flexibility. From adding or removing pupils from observations on the fly – and even changing the criteria mid-assessment if they have noticed a pupil has done something additional to the current topic – its intuitive interface means teachers can use it quickly and without training.
Plus, with one click, ReallySchool makes it easy to share a child’s progress with parents (via their version of the app) to encourage further interaction and involvement in their learning.
Current criteria and frameworks (EYFS, KS1, Foundation Phase, KS2, Pre-key stage standards, PScales, CoEL, ECaT and EYDJ) are built into ReallySchool for convenience for teachers to assess against. Plus, extra assessment criteria can be added on the fly, as well as recording whether the activity was child-initiated, part of a guided group or adult-led. You can even include students from other classes for group work.
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