Primary school software
In our always switched-on world, it’s critical that primary school software allows students to learn how to become good digital citizens from a young age.
The importance of integrated secondary school software has become more important than ever. Regular updates to the Department for Education's KCSiE guidance is forcing UK secondary schools to transform their approach to online safety and EdTech.
Software for colleges
Distraction is rife in any educational environment involving technology, as is the potential for online safety risks. And colleges prove no different.
Higher education software
Controlling a university computer suite full of young or mature adults, undergrads or post grads, all with different requirements, varied levels of understanding and a good knowledge of the distractions offered up from the online world, can be an impossible task.
As the traditional classroom shifts to one centred on all things digital, how do you ensure your students remain focused on the task at hand and protected from potential risk?
You’ve heaps of concerns to contend with: bettering the digital learning experience, safeguarding students (in line with the Department for Education's KCSiE guidance), keeping up with the latest tech – and all within budget.
International schools continue to be the growing choice for both expatriate and local students alike. The quality of teaching and curriculum offering, often focused on the British Education System, are all factors contributing to the thriving reputation of international schools across the globe.
It’s every independent school’s aim to offer a high-standard and personalised approach to each individual student’s learning requirements, both through curricular and extra-curricular areas.
All staff working in UK schools have a responsibility to keep students safe, in line with Ofsted, ISI, and other inspection bodies’ best practice whole-school approach to safeguarding.
Parents & carers
When you send your child to school, you expect them to feel safe, supported and happy; whether that’s in class, in the corridors, in boarding facilities, during extracurricular activities, or online.