Thanks for getting in touch and asking about this, as it's a fairly common question.
The objective-level assessments are designed for ongoing, formative assessment. Insight doesn't generate a summative teacher assessment on the basis of these formative assessments, since we believe a formula can never replace a teacher's own assessment and this can end up causing other problems (we have explored the possibility of this however, so if you think it's crucial for you, let me know below how you'd want it to work!) You can look at half-termly summary information about your objective via most of Insight reports, however. You just need to choose the appropriate assessment name - in your school's current setup, this would either be Average Depth or % Secured.
EYFS is a bit of a special case. For most UK schools, we recommend starting out with the overall teacher assessment using Development Matters. This allows Insight to calculate whether pupils are on-track for or have achieved the Good Level of Development, and in the summer term means that Insight can automatically calculate the EYFS Profile grades (Emerging/Expected/Exceeding), while allowing you to see exactly where each pupil ended up (eg you can see that a pupil reached 30-50+ or 40-60-, which is useful for you, while being able to automatically report their Emerging judgement as needed.
Whether you then need to do any objective-level assessment at EYFS is for each school to decide. There's a lot of workload involved in assessing every Development Matters statement, and it's perhaps not needed - or not needed to be stored in a tracking system if this creates unnecessary workload. Or, if you're not in need of the features mentioned above as an international school, then it may be that tracking the objective-level assessments alone is enough for you, provided you can do the analysis you need.
Sorry for the length of reply - hope the above is useful. I'd love to hear what you think!