SixIntoSeven is the year 6 to year 7 transition portal for schools to help support pupils with teacher-led attainment data in lieu of SATs in 2021.
As the school year draws to a close following a long period of upheaval and uncertainty, many secondary schools are faced with the reality of having no KS2 progress information on their incoming Year 7 pupils for the second year in a row.
A steering group of school leaders, ASCL experts, and askEddi technology experts are looking at how MFL attainment can be reported between primaries and secondaries at the end of the school year as part of year 6 transition.
We will be joined by Primary Specialist Tiffnie Harris to talk about how SixIntoSeven came about and how we are working to support thousands of pupils across the country as they move from primary to secondary school.
Pupil flags on SixIntoSeven allow primary schools to highlight any pupils where a face to face or telephone conversation would be of value to share more information on pastoral topics.
Since we launched last month, close to 200 secondaries have now signed up for SixIntoSeven along with their feeder primary schools.
Schools across the country are registering for SixIntoSeven! Since we launched last week, hundreds of schools have registered to use SixIntoSeven as part of their Year 6 to Year 7 transition this year.
We are very pleased to announce that this year’s SixIntoSeven portal is now ready for schools to join. Here’s what you need to know.
SixIntoSeven supports pupil transition from primary to secondary school using a secure platform to communicate pupil attainment information. Read on to find out more.
How do primary schools use SixIntoSeven for their Year 6 transition from primary to secondary, and what are the benefits? Read our interview with the Year 6 Lead at Broom Leys Primary School to find out more.