Insights Assessment Tool
Know where your learners are, so you can move them forward
How does Insights work?
Mark Assessment Papers online
Test learners with our assessment papers, included with each subscription, then mark the tests using Insights.
There's no need to double mark!
Review achievement reports
When testing is complete, get instant achievement reports for individual learners and the class as a whole.
Move your learners forward
With precise, detailed knowledge of your learners' strengths and weaknesses, quickly decide where to focus your time and energy to help them advance.
Really user-friendly. I was able to easily flick between questions and the data was processed straight away.– Gurbinder Sandhu, Assistant Headteacher, Scott Wilkie Primary School
Baseline Assessment Papers
All Insights subscribers receive the baseline assessment papers that let practitioners see what pupils have retained from previous years, an essential feature given pandemic-related disruptions.
Assessment for Advancement
Insights gives you a precise look into your learners’ achievement, in all areas of mathematics. With practical assessment data, you’ll know exactly where your learners are so you can plan how to move them forward.
Easy to Use
Find the information you need, whether its an overview or a detailed look, all in one place.
Detailed achievement reports help you make sense of assessment data so you can strategically plan.
Insights shows you how each learner is doing in specific areas of maths. It also measures the overall depth of their understanding.
The tool was very easy to use. I’m certain it will help a great deal with intervention as it’s clear which area the children have struggled with.– Eamonn Ratton Year 5 Teacher, Sacriston Academy
Assessment tips and resources
Looking for additional resources? Here are some tips and tricks to help you get more out of maths assessment.
Quick, easy and effective. All good things when there’s always 100 things to do. My teachers all said how easy it was to mark and navigate around.– Roger Hitchin Head of Year 5 and 6, Wellington School