Trackit Lights is founded by teachers in the UK that wanted a fun and easy way to log behaviour, but also comprehensive and inline with Ofsted and DfE regulations. Trackit Lights sends behaviour logs straight into other systems like CPOMS, MyConcern, as well as offering a robust school-wide behaviour tracker that replaces paper forms, bound books, Excel spreadsheets, wallcharts, inconsistent rewards systems, writing out certificates, tallying up house points and tedious behaviour admin systems. Trackit Lights helps teachers work ‘smarter not harder’ and makes behaviour management easy…


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Via computers, tablets, and phones

Management Information System integration (e.g. SIMS, Integris, CMIS…etc)

Integrates with all major MIS systems. When pupils move up a Year, they will automatically move up in Trackit Lights and their past behaviour records will stay with them. 

CPOMS and MyConcern integration

Incident forms generated in Trackit Lights can be sent straight into your safeguarding system automatically so you won’t ever need to type behaviour incidents into your other systems again. 

SIMS / Bromcom writeback

If you use SIMS or Bromcom, behaviour logged in Trackit Lights can be sent automatically into your MIS behaviour module.

Interactive Whiteboard App

An interface that runs down the right-hand side of the board allowing the teacher to log behaviour without having to navigate away from PowerPoint or other windows.

Multiple Steps of Reminders for Unwanted Behaviour

Orange: Level 1 behaviours, Yellow: Level 2 behaviours, Red: Level 3 behaviours

Advanced School-Wide Reports

Comprehensive reports that meet Ofsted and DfE requirements.

House Points

Every class point given is also added to the pupil’s house

Auto-Generated Certificates

Bronze, silver, gold, platinum, and diamond certificates are generated automatically when a pupil reaches a certain threshold of points and printed in bulk. 

Auto-Generated Incident Forms

When a teacher logs a red behaviour (an extreme incident), an Incident Form is generated automatically which can be completed in seconds.

Behaviour Email Alerts

When a teacher logs a red behaviour (an extreme incident), an email alert will be sent to relevant members of staff.

Reflection Time / Detention System

Log a pupil into Reflection Time or Detention in a few clicks and then the pupil’s name will be added to a special register for the member of staff to mark when running the reflection session.

Parent Portal 

Including messaging, broadcasts, behaviour reports, sharing photos, and homework


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Fiona Brocklesby

Deputy Headteacher at Abbotwoods Junior School, Southhampton

Trackit Lights is now an integral part of our school! It focuses on rewarding positive behaviours whilst supporting children to self-regulate. It has helped our teachers be consistent and focus on teaching which has improved progress in learning and hugely decreased negative behaviours - 99% of behaviours are now positive. Our pupils and parents love the certificates they receive which we generate automatically. As SLT, we have used the reporting element to support us with coaching teachers and LSAs, identifying trends to focus on the right areas for development - we can even see what is happening in the classrooms in real time! It has really embedded the learning behaviours from our school values and helped us celebrate children's success. We wouldn't be without it!

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Sarah Marriot

Assistant Headteacher at Brooklands Farm Primary School, Milton Keynes

Trackit Lights is used across our whole school. We now have a consistent approach to managing behaviour which we are able to evidence robustly, holding all of our data in one place. Both pupils and staff love the system and it's a fantastic asset to the senior leadership team!

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Luke Ramsden

St Benedict's School, Ealing

Trackit Lights has allowed us to keep our same behaviour management and rewards processes, but it has digitised them and brought them all into one time-saving platform. It's reduced staff workload and now that we have all the information in one place, we can much more easily build up the fullest picture possible of each of our students, and act rapidly and effectively to provide the right support.

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Jaz Paul

Head of School at Ryders-Hayes National Support School, Walsall

Trackit Lights has helped us promote our school values in a very visual way. Pupils are more motivated, our teacher's love it because it has massively reduced their behaviour admin workload and it's opened up a whole new dimension for senior leaders.

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Jonathan Wood

Deputy Head at Holy Trinity Primary School, Ossett

Trackit Lights has given us a fun and engaging rewards system and a consistent approach to classroom management. Behaviour and engagement in lessons have really improved since we started using it. The system gives our school leaders a very simple but effective live overview of behaviour patterns across the school so that we can be prompt and strategic with our interventions.

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Paul Anderson

Head Teacher at Hurst Knoll School, Ashton-under-Lyne

Trackit Lights fitted in perfectly with our Behaviours for Learning Policy and house point system as we could tailor it to our needs. The SLT now have an accurate, up-to-date picture of learning behaviours across the school, which can effectively be shared with stakeholders. It is a quick, easy to manage, effective system for teachers, and our pupils are more engaged with their learning because they can see for themselves how well they are doing on a day by day basis.

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Jill Wood

Headteacher at Little London Primary School, Leeds

At last an easy to use, very visual tool which helps children take ownership of their own behaviour. Our staff love it, our children have better self-regulation and everyone is smiling!

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Bea Collis

Deputy Head at Heatherlands Primary School, Poole

Negative behaviour incidents were reduced by more than 50% in our first term of using Trackit Lights.

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Alex Smith

Deputy Head at Nelthorpe School, Brigg

We saw a 50% reduction in negative behaviour incidents in a term and a half.

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Simon Charnock

Head Teacher at St Andrews Primary School, Bolton

Trackit Lights has refreshed our behaviour for learning and classroom reward systems throughout the school, whilst ensuring that the children are able to associate our Christian Values and Vision to our school's ethos, teaching and learning.

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Cameron Jones

Deputy Headteacher at Cumnor House School, South Croydon

Trackit Lights is used by every teacher in every class all day long. It has helped our teachers maintain our high standards of behaviour in a fun and motivating way. They are able to record far more behaviour with less effort, which means that senior leaders have detailed reports and analytics to monitor and evidence behaviour when we need it.

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Ruth Pickering

Assistant Headteacher at Windmill Academy, Nottingham

Trackit Lights has had a profoundly positive effect. It’s easy to use and has reduced behaviour admin considerably. The pupils are highly engaged and love it – the positive reinforcement of great behaviours and attitudes towards learning has had a remarkable impact.

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Claire Evans

Deputy Headteacher at Anderton Park Primary School, Birmingham

We all love Trackit Lights. Rewarding our school values is important to us, as is the quick and meaningful praise and reward system. The children love it too and it's been a very positive addition to the classroom. Trackit Lights also enables senior leaders to follow pupil behaviour across the school and quickly identify those not on target. Its a win - win for us

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Mike Worthington

Assistant Headteacher at The Kings C of E School, Stoke-on-Trent

Trackit Lights has been the most beneficial tool we have implemented in recent years. It’s had a hugely positive impact on behaviour and its reduced staff workload by automating 95% of our behaviour admin. It's been a significant help for us during the Covid crisis.

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