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Key Concept Grids are coming

Key Concept Grids offer an approach which offers measurement of the depth of learning through the assessment of fewer objectives in greater detail.


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Self Advocacy Helping the Development of SEN Pupils

Self-advocacy is defined as a person with the ability to identify their strengths and limitations, assess what they require in order to achieve their goals and be able to communicate this to others. This is an important skill for all young people maturing into adulthood, however, for those with special educational needs (SEN), this is particularly necessary for their development throughout school and the early stages following education.

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Educater at The 5th Annual SEND Conference

On the 17th June 2015 Educater will be exhibiting at an event hosted by Inside Government. The 5th Annual SEND Conference: Improving Outcomes for All Children and Young People will enable delegates to discuss best practice strategies for improving support for children and young people with SEND in light of the implementation of the September 2014 Children and Families Act.

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Educater at Nasen Live 2015

This month Educater will be exhibiting at Nasen Live 2015! As Educater is at the forefront of person-centred communication with its Pupil Passport and dedicated SEND module, Nasen Live is the perfect platform for the system to be showcased.

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Educater Pupil Passport

As a SME we are finding that we are constantly growing and evolving at a rapid pace. Being in the education sector means that the growing and evolving is only accelerated. The development and building of the Educater system has been a huge learning curve for the whole team. As a company we always strive to work to industry best practice, which often means seeking advice from industry experts in order to achieve this.

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Educater to Launch at BETT 2015

At Bett 2015, The Publishing Foundry is to launch a system developed in partnership with schools from across the United Kingdom (UK) that has been tailor made to streamline school administration and management. The Publishing Foundry was one of only 30 companies selected to be showcased in the Futures area of the show by a panel of teachers and education experts, due to the strength of its new solution.

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