Welcome to e-asTTle
e-asTTle is an online assessment tool, developed to assess students’ achievement and progress in reading, mathematics, writing, and in pānui, pāngarau and tuhituhi. The reading and mathematics assessments have been developed primarily for students in years 5–10, but because they test curriculum levels 2-6 they can be used for students in lower and higher year levels.The new e-asTTle writing tool has been developed for the assessment of students in years 1-10.
e-asTTle provides teachers and school leaders with information that can be used to inform learning programmes and to apply teaching practice that maximises individual student learning. Many teachers using e-asTTle have found it to be a great tool for planning, for helping students to understand their progress, and for involving parents in discussions about how well their children are doing.
Check out new resources to support the revised e-asTTle writing tool
Access to e-asTTle
The Ministry of Education is committed to ensuring all schools can access e-asTTle.
If your school does not already have access to e-asTTle and wants to be registered, please contact the Ministry of Education Service Desk.
If you are already an e-asTTle registered school, information about setting up can be found here.
Access to e-asTTle is maintained via the Education Sector Authentication and Authorisation (ESAA) system. Accordingly, any school staff member will require their own ESAA account (username and password). Download the e-asTTle access request form (School Roles) here:
External co-ordinators will also require an ESAA account. Download the e-asTTle access request form (External Co-ordinators) below. (Please note that this is a new form, as of January 2012.)
These are the only two forms that can be used to request access to e-asTTle.
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This site is the main source of information about e-asTTle. Bookmark the site and check back regularly for important updates in the What’s New section on the right of your screen.
The basics, features of e-asTTle and e-asTTle points of difference.