See pupil data in real time

At the click of a button, generate reports on any aspect of pupil attainment and progress. Filter by year group, term, teacher, subject and more. 

Your data will be presented in an easy to understand, interactive chart that will help to inform your school improvement planning. 

Pupil data in real time

Data that informs teaching & learning

With the powerful tools inside Learning Ladders, your teachers and school leaders will always have up-to-date information. As teachers make use of the formative assessment tools, data becomes instantly available to inform decisions in the classroom.

Stop depending on termly data drops and start making decisions based on what pupils need right now. 

Progress and attainment

Instantly view data, filtered by groups

What proportion of EAL pupils are progressing above expectation? How many Year 5 boys are struggling with reading? Is your Pupil Premium funding helping students to improve in numeracy? With Learning Ladders, the data you need is right in front of you. 

Turn your school's data into actionable insights with just a few clicks, allowing leaders and governors to see where investing resources will have the biggest impact. 

Breakdown of writing attainment

"I like all the new additions, they certainly enhance the site especially the Gap Analysis and ability to print grids. The Grids look a really manageable way to work with children and parents"

— Paul Sutton, Deputy Head Teacher, Butlers Court School

Start a conversation about the future of your school

Are you ready to take the next steps to improving outcomes in your school? Find out how Learning Ladders will work with you to enable actionable, ongoing and meaningful conversations about all aspects of learning.

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"All Saints has just received an Ofsted 'Outstanding' judgement from 'Requires Improvement' two years ago, and through Learning Ladders our pupil progress data was scrutinised - so thank you very much for such a fab system!"
Kelly Ellis, Deputy Headteacher
All Saints C of E Primary School