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How schools are using ScholarPack with the revised Early Framework

Posted by Sue Jackson on Jun 11, 2021 10:22:53 AM

Along with over 2,500 schools, our team at ScholarPack embraced the challenges of being an early adopter for the revised Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Framework in 2020-21. We trialled putting EYFS early adopter assessment into our updated assessment module for schools, making sure it was available to record the early progress that children made during their first term in school. So, what did we learn and what are we doing to help schools get to grips with the new framework ready for September?

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Topics: Assessment, MIS, scholarpack, blog, EYFS

4 tips to get the most out of your MIS

Posted by Kat Norfolk on May 26, 2021 9:53:47 AM

 

While you’ve been focussed on supporting your school community, we've been sharing some MIS tips on our social channels to show you how a cloud-based MIS like ScholarPack can support you - right at the moments you need it most. In case you missed it, we’ve collated all 4 of our super short videos into a helpful summary below.

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Topics: Attendance, The cloud, After-school club, wellbeing, cloud, MIS, scholarpack, blog, parent communication

How schools are using ScholarPack to support students’ mental health & wellbeing

Posted by Sue Jackson on Apr 16, 2021 10:07:13 AM

 

After a year of disrupted education and lockdowns that saw over 80% of students learning from home, we consider the impact COVID-19 has had on students’ mental health and wellbeing, and how St Columba’s Catholic Primary School in Barrow in Furness, is using ScholarPack to identify concerns and support students.

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Topics: wellbeing, mental health, scholarpack, blog

How one computing lead found a way to reach pupils in class and at home

Posted by Nathalie Hulbert on Mar 5, 2021 4:27:17 PM

The week of full school reopening is upon us, and no doubt your little treasures are already super excited to get back in the classroom and see one another again. But inevitably, there will still be some pupils who need to learn from home, and the question remains - how can you include them without doubling your workload or compromising your in-class teaching?

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Topics: scholarpack, blog, remote learning