The pioneering science of AS Tracking

AS Tracking is a breakthrough adolescent pastoral care tool that detects risks earlier by measuring pupils' steering cognition biases.

AS Tracking Features

Proactive pastoral care

AS Tracking enables schools to be proactive, targeted and evidence-based in their pastoral care

Detect wellbeing risks

Detect risks earlier by measuring pupils' cognitive steering biases.

Group action planning

Write year/house development plans to ensure each stage of the school is as pastorally effective

Evidence of impact

An evidence of impact system enabling schools to evidence the impact of their pastoral care

Research

STEER education's pioneering technologies, including AS Tracking, are designed to improve pupil steering cognition.

They are founded upon a robust, quantitative research programme which has been running for over 15 years.

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Three decades of research in social psychology has demonstrated that the situations, the contexts, even mundane features of the environments that surround us have a profound influence on how we think, how we feel, the choices we make, and the goals we pursue -- quite often without our being aware of or intending those influences at all. If schools can now obtain feedback on the unseen impacts of their school campus environment on the developing minds of their students, through a technology like AS Tracking, this has great potential for more effective educational management - and thereby in unlocking the potential of our children.

Professor John Bargh, Yale University, author of Before You Know It

AS Tracking in the news

Wednesday, March 08, 2017
AS Tracking is currently receiving a high volume of attention due to media coverage of a story at present. Back in 2013, Principals of the Thomas’s London Day Schools Ben and Tobyn Thomas helped Dr Simon and Dr Jo Walker launch AS Tracking and the Footprints curriculum. With a vision of tracking...
Wednesday, June 01, 2016
Independent Schools Magazine features a full page article on the experience of one school using AS Tracking to move pastoral care successfully from the reactive to the proactive.Read the full article
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Dr Simon and Jo Walker are keynoting and presenting 5 years of research, with over 15,000 children, to the HMC ‘Mental health: what works in schools’ Heads’ conference in London, into how to measure, track and improve the development of pupil’s soft social and emotional welfare, using AS Tracking.