Technology is changing all the time. It’s therefore important that schools know how to make the most of the technology they have.
Greyfriars Primary School has 300 students and has been using EducationCity, the award-winning online cross-curricular primary resource, for the past 8 years.
With 159 Special Educational Needs (SEND) students, Barking Abbey, a mainstream secondary school with 2,000 students, turned to EducationCity, the award-winning online cross-curricular primary resource, to help it differentiate learning more easily and provide the tailored support that its SEND students needed. Subject Co-ordinator, and integral member of the Inclusion Team, Lauren Casey explains how the school has been using EducationCity for the past nine years...
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St Giles CE Primary School in Walsall has 355 students, ranging from nursery through to Year 6. During Bett 2012, several members of staff visited the EducationCity stand to find out more about the award-winning education software, and shortly afterwards signed up to a three year deal to implement the resource across the school.
Deputy Headteacher and SENCO/ICT Co-ordinator, Simrat Mavi, explains more about the school’s decision to adopt EducationCity:
“As soon as we saw how EducationCity could work in our school, we knew we just had to have it. The team are incredibly friendly and helpful, making setup very straightforward. We use the Its Learning VLE and didn’t want students to have to memorise yet...
Take a look at our series of Learn English case study videos (right), created with the help of St Mark’s CE Primary School in Southampton, which has over 50% of its pupils arriving to it with English as an additional language.
The series consists of three videos in all, with each showcasing EducationCity.com’s Learn English module from a different user group’s perspective. The first is presented by the Deputy Head, the second by the pupils themselves, and the third video is presented by the school’s New to English teachers who use the module...