My Assessment and Reporting Kit

Trusted by over 6,000 schools for valid, easy-to-use assessment reporting and used by teachers to analyse over 4 million papers. Gain free access when you buy any of our popular assessments, MARK Plus or Shine.

  • Quickly analyse gaps in learning to inform targeted teaching.

  • Enter paper test scores into online marksheets or, if you’re using auto-marked interactive tests, all results will feed through automatically.

  • Effortlessly generate reports for individuals, classes, schools and tailored groups to view and compare pupil progress and attainment. 

  • Easily download visual reports ideal for sharing with colleagues and parents

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Take a look at the gap analysis and reports available, for free, in MARK.

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We work closely with our partners so that together we can help you to easily and seamlessly interpret your assessment data once it's in MARK.

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Hear how St Barnabas C of E School uses MARK to complement their use of PiRA, PUMA and GAPS.

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Blogs about MARK
September 2021
5 ways MARK and MARK Plus can help your school when there are no national Tests
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November 2021
5 ways that MARK and MARK Plus can help your MAT
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November 2021
5 reasons it's beneficial for schools to use MARK, MARK Plus and Shine together
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Our popular assessments and our target intervention tool, Shine, come with free access to MARK.

Please note, Old PiRA, Old PUMA, PUMA 6 extension and Optional Tests are available as read-only options in MARK. Historic test data can be accessed and viewed as exports and reports but new test data cannot be input. Previously-purchased interactive test credits can still be allocated and used. 

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