Why a primary school in the West Midlands believes that technology and cloud-based systems can help give them back some of the work/life balance they need by Simon Carter

The Background Opened in 1887, Brockmoor Primary School is a two-form entry community school for ... Read More

Streamlining assessment tracking and reporting to drive school improvement by Melanie Thomson

With the 2014 national curriculum for England fully bedded in, and the new Ofsted Education ... Read More

How the technically advanced WMG Academy benefited from Google Classroom to evolve their method of teaching during the Coronavirus lockdown by Simon Carter

The Background WMG Academy Coventry and WMG Academy Solihull are University Technical Colleges ... Read More

RM Unify – release v4.4 by Sam Ganly

We have just released version 4.4 of RM Unify which brings a new addition to our device single sign ... Read More

Improving assessment with comparative judgement by Melanie Thomson

In one of our recent webinars for school leaders, we heard from Oxfordshire headteacher, ... Read More

How an educational federation in rural Northamptonshire became one of the UK’s most technologically advanced groups of Primary Schools in the country. by Simon Carter

The background Forest Federation comprise four small, vibrant rural Primary Schools based ... Read More

How a small Junior School in Surrey benefitted from the Government scheme to deliver high quality online learning for their pupils by Simon Carter

The Background St Jude’s Church of England Junior School is a two-form entry Junior ... Read More

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