RM Education Blog
There has been a lot of confusion around how schools should approach ‘Life after Levels’. But months on from the changes, there are still a lot of questions. Hugh Lorimer, Assessment Expert at RM Education, navigates the latest information around assessment and explores the points schools need to consider.Continue Reading
It’s the first day of school in March! That means the Easter holidays are just around the corner, the first day of spring is imminent, the clocks are going forward, the mornings are getting lighter and RM Unify will be focusing on all things parental engagement!
Why parental engagement?
In the …Continue Reading
RM Education joins forces with Derbyshire County Council in £2.2m contract to deliver ICT services to area’s schools
Derbyshire County Council has agreed a £2.2 million contract with RM Education, a leading supplier of ICT services to schools throughout the United Kingdom, to provide improved information management systems to learning establishments across the county.
The 5 year contract, with a possible extension for a further 7 years, will see …Continue Reading
Microsoft has announced the official date for the end of life of Windows Server 2003 support as 14 July 2015. Although there are many schools who are aware of this and who have moved to new technologies, there are still a large number of you using this server platform in …Continue Reading
RM has spent some time over the last few weeks reviewing the results of a recent survey of ICT in independent schools carried out by the Independent School Bursars Association (ISBA).
Our analysis has identified that on average, the secondary schools surveyed are spending around £135 per pupil on school employed ICT teams and any outsourced technical support. For …Continue Reading
Today is Safer Internet Day
Today is the 12th annual Safer Internet Day (SID) with the theme ‘Let’s create a better internet together’. Celebrated globally in over a hundred countries, Safer Internet Day aims to inspire the …
Did you get to see Nicky Morgan’s speech at BETT 2015? It was just one of our many highlights from a fantastic week at the show.
Morgan, as Secretary of State for Education, spoke about five training projects that the Department for Education have agreed to match-fund as part of their …Continue Reading
What’s the issue?
Google have announced that at the end of January they will make changes to the way it returns search results in any Google searches, including Google Image searches.
This change will make it impossible for Internet filtering products to continue to effectively filter search results, meaning that school pupils …Continue Reading
Online Safeguarding, as we know, is a very serious matter, and as such there needs to be a whole school standardised approach to dealing with matters of concern. This standardised approach is your e-safety policy.
As we all know, it isn’t necessarily incidents that happen in the school, but commonly it …Continue Reading