Previously Rising Stars and RS Assessment
Identify 20 specific learning needs (SNAP-SpLD), 17 social, emotional and behavioural needs (SNAP-B) and specific barriers to maths learning, including maths anxiety (SNAP Maths)
Quickly generate reports and suggested strategies involving both home and school
Easily administered by any member of staff without the need for specialist training
Reassess pupils and track pupil progress in one report to monitor the impact of interventions
SNAP follows the Assess - Plan - Do - Review model as set out in the SEND Code of Practice (2014).
SNAP Maths is a new digital diagnostic tool which allows you to assess learners with suspected maths learning difficulties/dyscalculia and maths anxiety, and provide follow up support.
Discover how SNAP Maths can help you to support your learners and download the brochure.
Have questions about SNAP Maths or our other SNAP products? Your local Assessment Consultant is on hand to help.
"Once purchased, this resource can be used multiple times for multiple children. As well as being diagnostic, you can use it to identify progress and improvement data by repeating assessments."
SNAP-SpLD profiles 20 specific learning needs - more than any other SEN tool. Suitable for ages 4-16.
SNAP-B can be used to profile 17 social, emotional and behavioural needs. Suitable for ages 5-16.
Your local Assessment Consultant will be happy to show you how it works and answer any questions you have.
If you are not part of a school but are interested in purchasing a SNAP subscription, please fill out this form to speak to your local Assessment Consultant.
SNAP is simple, accessible for anyone to use, gives SMART targets to move towards and is helpful for putting evidence together for my support plans and EHCP referrals - I have recommended it to other schools in my cluster.
SNAP triangulates information from Students, Parents and School staff to provide data and highlight areas which may have significant impacts on engagement and provide strategies for parents and interventions for teachers.
I would recommend SNAP to other schools due to the simple, effective way of identifying the children’s strengths and weaknesses and the numerous, varied interventions it supplies. Because of the quantity and quality of the data SNAP-SpLD provides, it gives teachers a quick, efficient tool to help close the gap with underachieving learners.
SNAP has made a huge difference in our school. Having the report from SNAP is a very useful tool in our discussions with parents because it is evidence of the areas where we have concerns. It also gives us a better way to target the specific needs of those children.