Standards Tracker from Educate

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Manage staff performance, improve teaching standards and match CPD to identified needs – after working with schools on their appraisal and performance management for nearly 20 years, Ed-ucate has used its knowledge to design Standards Tracker.

Standards Tracker is an online school staff performance management system that ensures that staff are supported and empowered in their professional development.

Standards Tracker is for all school staff – not just the teachers and leaders. All TAs, LSAs, HLTAs, the caretaker and the School Business Manager can have their individual standards uploaded to the system. With Standards Tracker it becomes easy to:

  • Identify strengths and areas for development at a glance.
  • Engage staff in the appraisal process and empower them to drive their development.
  • Make performance management meaningful and demonstrate how you value your staff.
  • Report to Ofsted and governors about staff performance in your school.
  • Store everything in the same place at the same time – reducing paperwork and administration.

We also offer extensive project support – we work with you to understand your exact requirements from the system and make sure it is set up to meet your needs. We can provide training for all staff and are here to assist you on an on-going basis.

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