Supporting Primary to Secondary school transition
SixIntoSeven™ is the time-saving Year 6 into Year 7 transition data portal developed in partnership with school leaders, in response to Covid-19 school closures and cancelled SATs in 2021.
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What are the timescales?
Following a successful pilot in 2020 SixIntoSeven 2021 is now ready for schools to use for Year 6 transition into Year 7.
SixIntoSeven for Year 6 transition works to bring together partnerships, MATs and individual schools to unify the transmission of pupil progress information.
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Get ready for your new Year 7 pupils
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Simple, secure, cost-effective
Getting started is easy. Secondary schools either pay a one-off fee or as part of their annual Open Data Project Membership. There’s no charge for primary schools.
SixIntoSeven has been built to comply with GDPR from the start – we have worked with a specialist legal team to achieve this. All schools sign a Data Processing & Sharing Agreement to use the portal, and a participation agreement must be accepted between every connected primary and secondary.
SixIntoSeven is a GDPR compliant platform built by askEddi to support schools with primary into secondary school transition in a time of uncertainty with many unexpected challenges. The project began life as a collaboration between askEddi, ASCL, and School Leaders across the country.
Recommended by School Leaders
The conversation between primary and secondary is crucial in helping children get the best start in Year 7.
Secondary teaching that picks up from where primary left off instils confidence. SixIntoSeven can be an important part of this conversation.
Trust Leader, The Compass Partnership of Schools
This year we don’t have the KS2 information that we normally rely on so SixIntoSeven is a real safety net for us. It means we won’t have to start what’s already been a very difficult year for new Year 7 pupils testing them because we already have really useful information on their progress.
Head Teacher, Thomas Tallis School, Greenwich
Founder of the Open Data Project for Schools and CEO askEddi
SixIntoseven does all of the heavy lifting by matching and organising the data, so schools will be able to focus on providing pupils with the best introduction to secondary school at the start of the new term.
Head Teacher, Castle Rock School & Co-Founder Open Data Project for Schools