Having an online system and a dedicated, UK based, development team means that Pupil Asset can adapt quickly to support you when you need it most - recent examples of this include:
I’ve always strived to help schools and have been lucky enough to see the positive impact that careful thought, good software and dedicated teaching has on pupil achievement; not to mention the helping hand that good software can provide for staff.
Academic year 2019/20, however, has provided Ed-tech companies a tangible way to feel like they are there for their schools more than ever. Resource websites have flourished, parents have been provided free access to teaching tools and a new appreciation for the teaching profession has evolved (long may it last). From a personal perspective I have never been prouder of Pupil Asset and our staff.
The dedication of our development and support team and agile nature of cloud-based software has allowed us to reduce stress at a time when schools needed it most; within hours of DfE guidance we were able to provide an MIS for the ‘new normal’. We want all our customers to know how we can help them prepare for a September like no other.
So I guess, the question would be - did your existing MIS do these things to make your life easier during partial closure?