Assembly is a non-profit venture which was launched in autumn 2015 by Ark and the NEON Foundation. It aims to bring education information management into the 21st century by making it easier for schools to make use of their data.

Good use of data can transform a school’s performance. 

But too often, the systems used limit the possibilities. That’s why Assembly was created. Assembly wants to reduce the barriers to building innovative apps, support schools to better understand school performance, and ultimately ensure a better education for students.

Assembly will bring education information management into the 21st century. Its core product is a secure cloud-based platform that connects existing school data systems and hosts apps that are geared towards improving student outcomes.

The platform will enable schools to do more with their data – making it easier to access apps that offer innovative functionality and high quality, visual data analysis. Assembly’s main focus is to support school improvement and enhance student outcomes.

Assembly was established in April 2015 and the platform is currently in its beta phase. 

Assembly is a non-profit venture founded by Ark and the NEON Foundation, with support from Zing.

Its partners include Mathematics Mastery, who use Assembly to host a Gradebook app, Ark Schools, to whom it provides analytics and reporting apps, and other multi-academy trusts.


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