STEP UP: The Midlands’ answer to life beyond levels

‘STEP UP’ is a planning, moderation and assessment tool designed with Midlands’ schools in mind. It breaks down the National Curriculum for Reading, Writing and Maths into manageable steps, supporting children as they work towards mastery.

Colmore Partnership Teaching School Alliance (CPTSA) and Frog are hosting a free professional development event at the Edgbaston Stadium in Birmingham on Tuesday 17 May. This will be a fantastic opportunity to get expert advice on assessment from industry leaders and learn from schools already using STEP UP.


Colmore Partnership Teaching School Alliance (CPTSA) developed STEP UP in 2014/15 with a group of classroom teachers, Head Teachers and Senior Leaders of Education across Birmingham. Not only has it been designed by teachers, it’s tried and tested, with over a hundred schools already using this approach.

Now, CPTSA has partnered with Frog Education and Tuesday 17 May marks the launch of STEP UP powered by Frog.

Powered by Frog

FrogProgess, our awesome assessment tool, was built with the National Association of Head Teachers when the Government formally announced the end of levels. It clearly shows how every child is progressing, their strengths and weaknesses. It measures every child’s performance against an agreed standard and directly improves the quality of teaching and learning. We’ve adapted our product to deliver the exact requirements of STEP UP. Together we offer the solution to life after levels!

More reasons to come to the event

  • Get advice and top tips on assessment
  • Hear the positive impact STEP UP is making, directly from schools
  • Learn how STEP UP can help you deepen the learning of your more able pupils
  • Put your assessment questions to a panel of experts
  • Share ideas with local schools at our networking lunch

Book now!

To register your interest book online. Or, if you’d like to talk to us about STEP UP before 17 May you can contact Tom Hocking from Frog Education.

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