Tes Class Charts

Student wellbeing, performance and behaviour insights

Maintain a positive classroom culture through data-driven tracking and analysis.

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What is Class Charts?

Class Charts suggests seating plans based on data to help optimise peer-to-peer learning and improve student performance. It enables staff to record student successes, rewards and wellbeing in just a few clicks and gives your SLT a clear picture of good behaviour in seconds. Communicate home and engage parents through two-way messaging to keep them up to date with their child’s progress.

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Manage student performance

  • Empower your staff to acknowledge and celebrate good behaviour and help all students reach their potential.

  • Track and report on behaviour issues.

  • Give your staff the tools they need to report and monitor student wellbeing and put support in place.

  • Quickly and easily share good behaviour, rewards and successes with parents, students and teachers, to ensure everyone is up to date.

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Support your staff

  • View key student data so teachers can instantly understand the needs and abilities of their students.

  • Free up teacher time spent recording behaviour incidents.

  • Quickly and easily set homework.

  • Enable teachers, students and parents to stay in touch quickly and easily with two-way messaging.

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Improve student outcomes

  • Help students monitor and reflect on their behaviour, homework and attendance.

  • Motivate and engage students by incentivising and promoting positive behaviour with customisable rewards.

  • Enable students to ask questions about homework or discuss wellbeing issues and receive the support they need with one-to-one, two-way messaging.

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  • 30 hours
    saved per teacher per year*
  • Senior leaders are effectively improving students’ behaviour and achievement. Leaders are now using the online system (Class Charts) for gathering information about students’ behaviour in class more tactically.

    Sarah Hubbard, Her Majesty’s Inspector
    Ofsted

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*Based on a teacher having 10 classes and changing their seating plan once per term. Correct as of May 2021