Class Charts Case Studies

Happy customers, better schools

Reduce teacher workload and eliminate low-level disruption.

“Persistent disruptive behaviour is also the most common reason for fixed period exclusions. The 108,640 fixed period exclusions for persistent disruptive behaviour in state-funded primary, secondary and special schools made up 28.4 per cent of all fixed period exclusions in 2016/17.”
Department for Education.

Class Charts can help you improve pupil behaviour and reduce exclusions.

Case studies

“We found the solution in Edukey – Class Charts. This provided us with all of the features needed to enable secure access to key student data quickly and in a format that satisfied our requirements for seating plans.”

Adam Hodgess Chartered FCMI
Data, Systems and Timetable Manager
Lipson Co-operative Academy

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“We wanted to create a behaviour policy that was simple, clear and easily tracked and Class Charts answers those needs. We liked the concept of having something so all-encompassing and easy to use. The fact you got the seating arrangements built in to Class Charts was a big plus, but it’s also a lot more than that.”

Ysgol CwmBrombil

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“We could see that it had allowed the teachers to have better communication with parents and between members of staff; and, rather than responding to issues hours later, you could monitor behaviour across the school at any given hour,”

Rhiannon Davies
Assistant Headteacher
Treorchy Comprehensive School

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“We can pick up students who are not meeting our expectations, report that earlier, and get the results everyone wants. We are now able to have those key conversations early on, and to inform parents when things aren’t going how we want – and at any time they can log on to see how their children are doing.”

Jamie Williams
Head of Ethos and Outcomes
Clevedon School

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“After using EduKey’s products to revamp behaviour we have achieved goods in the behaviour category from Ofsted, then went on to achieve an overall good grade.”

John Gibson
Assistant Headteacher
Selly Park School

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“Take-up was unbelievable because it’s made life so much easier for the teachers, and they have found that behaviour has improved because the pupils want to get positive behaviour points sent home to their parents.”

Mari Sutherland
Curriculum and assessment manager
St Helena School

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“The pupils feel in total control of their own behaviour because their rewards are linked in to the reward store – and they can choose what they buy. We’ve been able to improve our positive behaviours and celebrate pupil successes,”

Hayley Jacobs
Attendance improvement manager
Bryn Celynnog

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“The ease with which you can award positive points has also dramatically increased the number given out and allows for students to be praised by other members of staff who can see how many positive thy have received that day.”

Marcus Shepard
BME Head teacher, Merril Academy

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“As a Data Manager, you have saved my hours of report writing and analysis.Our pastoral team are already becoming more proactive rather than reactive.”

Georgina Theobald
Harefield Academy

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“The visual representation of the data really helps a teacher plan and organise the room to maximise learning opportunities and, if required, make changes quickly and easily. A real winner!”

Roy Coulson 
St James C of E School

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“Class Charts integrates seating plans with behaviour management. It is quick to load, easy to use and has a lot of added value in its analytics.”

Evan Pugh
Torquay Academy

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“Eighteen months ago we were about four exclusions a week on average, currently we’re now down to two exclusions so far this year, the whole year.”

Jon Tait
Acklam Grange School

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Happy customers, better schools

“We receive excellent support from Class Charts and our questions are always answered quickly. We had a number of conference calls at the end of last year to streamline how we use it and I am sure we will have further requests throughout this term.”

Dave Kilkenny
Bishop Young Academy

“Your team have been amazing. I am very impressed with the level of personalised support, the time taken to help and the ability to deal with every stupid question we asked. We are very pleased with the software and parents are finding it a real benefit.”

Tim Nash
Crestwood College

“A tool to save time, effort, increase parental engagement it’s the best piece of software I’ve ever purchased in school. And I’ve been an Assistant Head for eLearning in previous incarnations – introducing Frog, Vivo etc in numerous settings – it really unlike lots of stuff out there is making a difference.”

Peter Lee
Head of School, Q3 Academy Langley

“Class Charts has made a positive difference to our praise and sanctions systems, and enabling better conversations between home and school.”

Steve Gibson
Duke’s Secondary School

“We are blown away with the product and how good it is for us as a School.”

Chris Connoll
Cardinal Newman Catholic School

“New teachers constantly impressed with how much information they have easy access to – and heads of Years loving the intel reports for positive and negative feedback.”

Kirsten Roy
St Richard Reynolds Catholic College

What our clients tweet about us

Simon Tanner‏
@simontanner_SEN

Cannot praise the guys @Classcharts & @provisionmap enough!! Absolutely superb customer service and always looking to further develop products that are already top draw!! #innovators

Fabio Di Salvo
@FabPhysics

We started using @Classcharts last year and it’s fantastic, homework is so much easier to set and the behaviour points system is very useful.

@lcaserta97

@Classcharts is a great tool for figuring out the best seating plan for your classroom. It gives wonderful feeback on behaviors and you can easily share this with parents of your students too! #techinpedagogy #knowledgeconstructor

Andy Calvert‏
@MrACalvert

Superb support, never known a team so helpful with a software package. Would like to see you at BETT.

Cyfarthfa PE
@CHS_PhysEd

Follow your child’s progress – celebrate their achievements and assist them with their organisation by linking up to @Classcharts Such a powerful tool to strengthen the school-pupil- parent triangle #SuccessfulFutures #CyfarthfaCares

Stewards Headteacher‏
@Stewards_Head

We are new to Class Charts this year. Pupils, staff and parents are loving it!

N Hicks
@nsihicks

I love being a Learning Consultant more than anything else. Working at @q3langley makes it so easy to do a ordinarily stressful job. Having @Classcharts makes it easier to track behaviour, progress and Reading Ages. Thank you! #reasonstoloveteaching