KiVisual is a simple yet powerful tool for visualising school performance and student progress.

KiVisual uses the data you share with us using KiSync and turns it into meaningful information in order for class teachers, leadership teams, governors and Trust teams to make more informed decisions.  Staff can profile the latest snapshot school and student performance by filtering and sorting by all the things we know such as Pupil Premium, SEND, Primary progress, Progress 8, behaviour and achievement to name just a few.  If you measure it in SIMS, we can show it.

KiVisual is designed to be as easy as possible to use.  You don't need to know how to run reports, you just need to know what sort of information you are looking for, and be able to click with a mouse or touch the screen with your finger.


You can search for an indivdual student by name, or browse to bring up an information panel that displays key profile information, like our fictitious Peter Jones here, on the right.

"I don't need to learn how to run a report - the App just gives me the information I need"

Photo driven data exploration - your new War Wall!

KiVisual knows about information you have in your MIS and so you can group students by year and registration group and interrogate across multiple facets. 

For example: 

  • show me Pupil Premium Boys, with High Prior Attainment at Key Stage 1 who are not making expected progress in Maths

  • show me all students in Year 11 who have a Progress 8 score of -0.5 or lower, and who have an empty 'slot' in their eBacc or Other 'P8 Buckets'

  • show me students by Form Tutor who have a Statutory Attendance less than 92% and have missed at least one session in the past 7 days

  • show me the Achievement point profile for Year 7 students who are Gifted

  • show me students who have Behaviour points in the range 20-80, have a Statutory Attendance of less than 95%, and are not making expected progress in English

How this App is configured is up to you - if there is a subgroup you are interested in, and you record the data for it, then we can show it.