A new pilot will give schools a dashboard to track how the National Tutoring Programme is impacting students attainment, attendance and their wellbeing.
ImpactED, a non-profit organisation, is looking for schools to take part in the free, 10-week pilot between October and January under a £170,000 Department for Education contract.
The aim is to create “more streamlined, automated and user-friendly data collections and actionable analysis” on tutoring and other interventions.
Two evaluations of the tutoring programme are still to be published – two years after its launch.
To take part in the pilot, schools would have to approve an access request from Wonde to connect ImpactED to their schools management information system.