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We help you keep in control of the many and varied challenges of managing school buildings and estates ranging from small primary schools, nurseries and academies through to trusts or federations.
We do that through an award winning, uniquely visually-led solution which enables you to manage data directly on site/floor plans, maps and optionally 360-degree images. This gives you the whole picture on the data you're managing for your school or trust.
Rich dashboards and reports provide the information you need to keep on top of your responsibilities and to report to and engage with SLT, governors or trustees.
Here are some examples of what our customers say:
“It has been an incredibly useful bit of software for us over the last year, particularly as we currently have no caretakers at either of our sites!” (Primary school trust)
“The new system provides clear communication lines for the staff using it as well as for the Estates office, an element of ownership of the job requested and improves time management with clarity provided on the progress of the job requested.” (SEND college)
Our software helps you:
- Manage assets and maintenance activities
- Manage scheduled and compliance inspections
- Monitor renewals e.g. contracts, leases, insurances
- Work while mobile
- Gain better data insights via dashboards and reports
- Ensure you never miss an important incident or issue via alerts
- Manage single or multiple sites e.g. MATs
Contact us for more details or to arrange a demonstration.
BenQ is a world-leading technology provider committed to enriching teaching and learning in schools, academies, colleges and universities.
Reliable innovators committed to continual product development, patented technologies and software partnerships, BenQ is the sector leading education innovator for interactive flat panels, projectors, monitors and digital signage.
As trusted education technology providers, BenQ has been the #1 DLP-based projector brand in the education market for 14 consecutive years.
Captivate students and create immersive learning environments with BenQ’s most advanced series of interactive flat panel displays, projectors and BYOD collaboration devices
- Long, short and ultra-short throw projectors with elevated brightness, high resolution and superior colour performance that are perfect for any learning space: from small classrooms to large auditoriums.
- Stylish edge-to-edge monitors with sophisticated eye-care technology, ergonomic design, and built-in speakers.
- Our most interactive flat panel displays with Healthcare+ ClassroomCare technology which includes germ-resistant screens, low blue light and air quality sensors, cloud access for device-free teaching and wireless connectivity for presenting and class collaboration.
- Stylish digital signage for wayfinding, information updates and digital menus with remote management and built-in easy-to-use content creation software.
Student's record their 'best bits', get organised and feel confident for Personal Statement writing / job, work and FE applications.
Teaching Resources ready made; no planning required.
Free for life to the first 100 schools to register (email@example.com) Enjoy!
Students record information on their greatest achievements, key experiences, enriching hobbies and special interests to their online CV+ portfolio, keeping information organised and safe in one place to reduce stress at application time for both students and teachers. Students can upload video, files, weblinks and testimonials as well as text and imagery to create online articles ('posts') which can be converted to PDF and automatically laid out like a magazine article. Alternatively, posts can be shared by weblink to cover letters, UCAS applications, email, social media- anywhere! This use of different media types caters for students with practical interests, as well as those confident with writing, and showcases the student's content like nothing else can. Content is tagged with the relevant skills to create an organised database of content by skill, as well as educate on the link between the individual and their personal skills as valuable for employability. Confidence and pride palpably grows in the classroom with CV+ as students tackle their fears around applications and the world of work.
Our background is on the frontline, supporting vulnerable people. For more than
20 years we’ve been working alongside staff members to create systems that solve real
After years of co-creation with our user community, we have created the world’s first fully integrated referral, case management, student engagement and community collaboration solution. Our fully secure and adaptable system is empowering communities across the UK, US and Australia.
The ECINS Student Engagement Module is a secure two-way software solution that supports student welfare and delivers measurable improvements to wellbeing while
cutting down time spent on reporting.
Schools play a role far more diverse than teaching academic information to children. They support families and communities in helping students take increased responsibility for
their learning and behaviour. When there are blocks in the way to being able to achieve expected milestones, schools help connect students and families with the right practical and wellbeing support which in turn improves performance, behaviour and
The student engagement module can be accessed by wider support networks to wrap
support around a young person:
› Enables parental involvement in a young person’s support such as parents on parental
programmes, family intervention programmes and assigning them ‘Things to do’ to support
› Enables parents who need more contact with schools, such as those with children with
special educational needs, to have closer direct contact without the need for additional
› Location functionality can assist with safety measures on school trips, runners from
school, truancy, looked after children, young people with additional needs or in residential
homes/schools, and those with safeguarding concerns or on child protection plans
› Helps schools and parents to promote positive health, wellbeing and resilience
among young people
› Allows schools, local services and wider support networks to work together to assess
student and family needs holistically and develop true collaborative work practices that
produce better outcomes.
How does it help children to feel supported?
› Gives a voice to the young person - A way for them to communicate freely in a way that is
preferable to them
› Helps students feel reassured that their issues and concerns are being taken seriously and that they will be supported and kept safe
› Gives students security in knowing they can report any problem to a trusted source at
› Allows them to report problems without being visible to peers (i.e seen to be telling on
someone or being seen to go to designated space in school used for inclusion etc)
› Helps students to feel heard
› Empowers shy children who are less likely to ‘make a fuss’ or report
› Makes sharing difficult information easier than in a face-to-face conversation
› Gives young people more ownership of their wellbeing which keeps them motivated
› Enables students to raise the alarm if they are struggling
› Helps young people with poor organisational skills to stay on track
› Allows students to reflect on positive changes through the use of mood diaries and other
reflective tools so they can see how far they have come after interventions and understand
their feelings better in relation to situations
› Helps build self-empowerment and trust, openness and transparency
Inspired Energy offers support to schools and academies looking to apply to phase 2 of the Low Carbon Skills Fund (LCSF), heat decarbonisation planning, carbon reduction projects and any other energy efficiency measures, from lighting upgrades to on-site generation and energy storage.
Inspired Energy provides expert insight and consultancy to Public Sector organisations, helping you reduce costs and consumption to meet your net zero goals.
Since being founded in 2000, Inspired Energy has worked with over 1,200 Public Sector organisations, working with them to reduce their carbon footprint, and is rated number 1 Third-Party Intermediary (TPI) in the UK .
The Department of Business Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) opened phase 2 of the Low Carbon Skills Fund (LCSF) to Public Sector organisations with £15 million of funding available. The application portal closed within just five working days after the value of applications had reached £36 million but will reopen for applications from maintained schools and academies (with £3.5 million reserved specifically) on Monday 13th September 2021. Therefore, it’s imperative that any schools and academies wishing to apply, do so quickly and ensure their application meets all the criteria.
Inspired Energy can help to kick start your school’s heat decarbonisation journey and by ensuring your application meets all requirements. Our specialist team can also offer support on any heat decarbonisation plans, which for this phase, must be completed by no later than the 31st of March 2022.
With Inspired Energy, the journey doesn’t end at the application stage. We can support further by developing detailed project proposals and we will oversee implementation and any ongoing maintenance of your projects – just leave it to us.
The iSpace Wellbeing and #iWonder Curriculums are award winning, evidence based and offer an exciting whole school approach to mental health and wellbeing. Our curriculums provide an age appropriate framework including who and how to ask for help, and a common language, which encourage conversations about mental, emotional, social and physical health to become part of everyday school and home life.
The curriculums provide a proactive, progressive and preventative approach to mental health and wellbeing; supporting schools in achieving the Government’s new for 2021 Mental Health, Relationships and Sex Education requirements.
iSpace Wellbeing is a holistic approach to wellbeing education. It ensures mental, emotional, social and physical wellbeing are addressed in a curriculum schools can embrace with complete confidence as part of PSHE. All solutions are supplied with free CPD teacher training, over 150 digital lessons, and 96% of pupils and 100% of teachers agree that iSpace has helped them with their mental health and wellbeing.
Jigsaw PSHE is a well-structured scheme of work for PSHE, including a lesson a week for ages 3-16, with all the teaching and learning resources needed to deliver it, making it a gift for teachers and students alike.
The whole-school approach includes progression and assessment. All statutory RSHE requirements are met, learning is engaging, and the impact is tried and tested across thousands of schools. Mindfulness practice in every lesson supports mental health and self-regulation.
The program includes ongoing free support and updates.
Teachers trust LiteracyPlanet to help deliver their curriculum outcomes, as it easily tracks results whilst delivering teacher-led instruction that meets your classroom needs. It is also intuitively built to monitor individual student engagement and serve programme-led content that is appropriate to the learning levels. All controlled by teachers, used how you need it.
LiteracyPlanet is carefully aligned to the National Curriculum (UK) to support educators in meeting the literacy needs of each student in their classroom. The easy-to-use Curriculum Alignment Tool enables educators to tailor literacy instruction in alignment with curriculum outcomes.
Students love the gamified world of LiteracyPlanet which keeps them motivated, engaged, appropriately challenged and rewarded.
This is a personalised learning journey that increases confidence and has proven to improve literacy skills at all levels. With meaningful data and reports and easy mission assignment, LiteracyPlanet gives teachers back precious time for lesson planning, administration and personal development as well.
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