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Free coronavirus guidance for your school

Posted by Nathalie Hulbert on Apr 2, 2020 5:07:35 PM
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Topics: scholarpack, blog, covid19, remote teaching

6 lessons I learnt during my first BETT show

Posted by Nathalie Hulbert on Feb 7, 2020 9:13:58 AM

Having just joined the ScholarPack team, my experience at education-related events is fairly limited, so when my colleague invited me to go to BETT- I jumped at the chance to improve my knowledge of the edtech sector (and maybe grab a ScholarPack-branded cupcake or two on the way). Here’s what I learnt...

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Topics: technology, MIS, schools, engagement, teaching, scholarpack, BETT

Why it's time to move on

Posted by Ewa Jozefkowicz on Jan 17, 2020 2:33:45 PM

Just as the classic floppy disk, or the Commodore 64 have had to evolve over the years since their dominance in the 80’s, management information systems (MIS) used in schools, have also moved on. In fact, now there are several viable MIS providers in the market, each offering something different for schools - from clever new features and apps to price competitive bundles. This is great news! Strong competition in the market means a huge opportunity for schools to seek out the best deal - just as we did a decade ago, when we realised we could switch energy suppliers, or bank account, in just a few clicks!

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Topics: Workload, cloud, technology, reports, efficiency, MIS, data, schools

Developing the school's vision

Posted by Ewa Jozefkowicz on Dec 6, 2019 10:00:35 AM

Developing the school's vision is a task which involves several groups of people, and should involve careful planning. We spoke to experienced education consultant and former headteacher Denise Coppard about how to put workshops to good use in order to develop a vision. 

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Topics: learning, teaching, school vision