The information in this article is for anyone who has completed a SNAP Maths assessment, either by individually assessing pupils or by assessing a class or group.
It explains the Core Profile and Questionnaire Profile on the Plan, Do and Review page.
The Core Profile
The Core Profile displays a pupil’s results for the 10 activities:
For every activity a fluency standardised score is generated and plotted on the graph. Hovering over each bar on the graph, or clicking the black dot if using a tablet, will show you a pupil’s results in full, alongside a description of the area of strength or need. In the hover over box, you will find a pupil’s fluency score, fluency standardised score, accuracy score (shown as a percentage), and accuracy standardised score:
Please note: standardised scores can only be generated for pupils aged 6:00 to 16:11.
More information about how to interpret a pupil’s results can be found in the 'Reports, Feedback and Actions' PDF, which is available to download on the Plan, Do and Review page above the Core Profile.
The Questionnaire Profile
The Questionnaire Profile displays the results from each of the three questionnaires: Teacher, Parent/Carer and Pupil. The bars on the graph represent an average of the responses for each section:
Hovering over the blacks dots with your cursor, or clicking them if using a tablet, will show the exact average for each section.
Clicking on each bar will let you view the responses for a section in full:
Please note: this menu is not available if Don’t know has been selected for every answer in a section, as this response does not produce a score.
You can download a printable PDF of the Core Profile and Questionnaire Profile by clicking Download Individual Report at the top of the Plan, Do and Review page. This includes a summary of the pupil’s three principle strengths and weaknesses.
If a pupil is in a group or class, the ‘Download class report’ / ‘Download group report’ buttons will also be available. The spreadsheet lists the activity results and questionnaire results for every pupil in the class or group: