Infant to Junior (KS1 – KS2) Transition Portal

Having experienced the seamless transfer of student data using our Primary to Secondary Transition Portal, we were approached by junior schools who also wanted to benefit from receiving data during the transition from infant to junior school. The Infant to Junior Transition Portal provides the opportunity for schools, leaders and Local Education Authorities to standardise their transition process between year two and year three and ensure that pupil information is communicated effectively between infant and junior schools.

How does the Infant to Junior Transition Portal work?

Infant to Junior Transition PortalOur Infant to Junior Transition Portal has been developed with a flexible approach to allow adoption by individual schools, multi-academy trusts, through to Local Education Authorities. Infant schools take the lead, uploading their year two cohort, then through a series of regular uploads, the destination junior school can securely request pupil data and begin the transition process.

Infant schools are able to complete key information about their pupils, ensuring that junior schools have a fully comprehensive data set focusing on the pupils due to transition to them. The Transition Portal also allows for the early flagging of vulnerable students and allows infant schools to securely share student files. Junior schools are able to track which pupil profiles are complete, communicate with feeder primary schools and print reports ready to welcome pupils in the next school year.

Our GDPR compliant portals place an emphasis on data security, with the Infant to Junior Transition Portal providing a secure means to transfer pupil data between schools. School Transition provide a full support package, from project management, stakeholder engagement and user training, through to encouraging form completions for every pupil, further reducing school’s workloads. The Infant to Junior Transition Portal focuses not on children as data, but instead gives a picture of the whole child and opens up conversations between schools. This ensures that every child is well known when they begin year two.