It already seems like a lifetime ago when Liberal Democrats Nick Clegg and David Laws persuaded the coalition administration to adopt a measure to close the attainment gap for disadvantaged children – Pupil Premium (PP) Funding. Very quickly, this became an important topic for both primary and secondary schools – …Continue Reading
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Five RM Education products have been awarded a place on the Crown Commercial Service G-Cloud framework.
RM Education submitted five of our cloud-based services for inclusion in the G-Cloud framework under the Specialist cloud Services (ScS) lot and we were successful in getting all of these products included on the framework. G-Cloud is …
Four RM Education products have been awarded a place on the Crown Commercial Service G-Cloud framework.
RM Education submitted four of our Cloud-based services for inclusion in the G-Cloud framework under the Software as a Service (SaaS) lot and …Continue Reading
From tomorrow 23rd June 2015 Google will make significant changes to the way it returns search results in any Google searches, including Google Image searches.
What does this mean for your school?
This change will make it impossible for Internet filtering products to continue to effectively filter search results, meaning that school …
In our last blog, we looked at how you can use your MIS to provide valuable insights into your school data to support your School Development Plans. This time we are reviewing whether your MIS can support your teachers by providing a better way of tracking and …Continue Reading
10th June 2015
Penguin Random House UK partners with RM Education to make ebooks available to schools
RM Education, the UK’s leading education technology supplier, today announced that children’s and young adult fiction titles from …Continue Reading
There has been a lot of confusion around how schools should approach ‘Life after Levels’ and there are still a lot of questions. Hugh Lorimer, Assessment Expert at RM Education, follows up his previous blog …Continue Reading
The current state of national assessment arrangements reminds me of an old joke about the country that decides to change on which side of the road traffic should drive. To smooth the process, it decides to adopt the change gradually with trucks driving on the new side of the road …Continue Reading
You may not realise it but gone are the days when a Management Information System (MIS) is just a back office tool. Times have changed. Not only because of OfSTED’s increasing emphasis on using data more effectively but also because technology has moved on. Today, the right MIS system should …Continue Reading
It is becoming increasingly recognised that young people need to develop their employability skills, alongside qualifications, in preparation for the world of work and securing a job.
We understand the pressure of preparing students for the world of work, so we have pulled …Continue Reading