Children enjoying summative maths assessment

Summative Assessment
for Primary Numeracy

  • Test only what's been taught.
  • No marking or data entry.
  • Instant gap analysis.

Flexible Summative Assessment

Works the way you want it to. Test what you want, when you want, and how often you want - seamlessly fitting your planning schedule.

Easily cater for pupils working within different years of study or even different sub-strands of the curriculum.

Summative assessment curriculum strands

Unlimited Assessments

There’s no limit to the number of maths tests you can set allowing you to test as little or as often as you like.

You can set summative maths tests to match what you've been teaching by choosing exactly which curricilum sub-strands to test.

Questions are automatically selected from our bank of over 20,000 maths questions meaning re-tests are reliable.

Children happily doing a maths test

Fun for Children

Children love working on computers and don't even have to know they're taking a test, unlike when using traditional paper tests which can cause anxiety that negatively skews results.

Pupils concetrate when working on the screen and distractions can be further alleviated using headphones, especially as the maths assessment software can read out the questions for you.

Pupils also gain valuable IT skills in the process and become confident logging in and typing in answers.

Teacher dashboard on a tablet

Free Up Valuable Time

There’s no marking and no data entry required, leaving teachers more time to focus on the pupils. 

Live data is available to teachers, informing them of how all the children are getting on with their maths assessment.

Data from the automatically marked maths tests is instantly processed and available in online analyis reports saving teachers huge amounts of time - valuable time that can be better spent.

Summative assessment report examples

Reporting and Planning

The analysis reports provide detailed whole class and individual pupil gap analysis matched to every strand of the national curriculum. This helps teachers precisely identify gaps in understanding to improve learning and to inform future planning. Teachers can also view accurate pupil analysis reports and next steps at parents’ evenings, complete with all the data to back them up.

New detailed Sub-strand Analysis reports provide analysis of question types within sub-strands, enabling teachers to quickly identify particular question types that may be causing difficulty to groups of pupils. This helps streamline future planning and optimise lesson time follow-up sessions to concentrate specifically on those precise topics needing a recap.

School administrators can view all data and analytics from years 1 to 6 showing the performance of each class and pupil, perfect for pupil progress meetings, school development plans and OFSTED.