Our new and improved Evisense is so much more than an evidence of learning system…
…it’s a full communication hub for parents and schools!
How many different systems does your school use to capture evidence of attainment, share Wow moments and reading diaries, send newsletters and event alerts, distribute reports, securely store and share documents linked to EHCPs and Annual Reviews with parents and professionals, record pupil voice, and encourage parents to share information on their children’s achievements outside of school?
Your school can do all that and more with our NEW Evisense!
Our NEW Evisense is nearly here! It’s a complete overhaul of our existing system including a very long list of great new features to help your school capture and share the progress your pupils make and simplify your communication with pupils, parents and external professionals.
Be first to see our NEW Evisense in action – watch our FREE Webinar
- Over 15 different post types – including class blog, evidence, home school diary, pupil voice, learning opportunities, Wow moments and more – filter by post type.
- Improved security controls – give schools more flexibility over our extensive security options.
- Add multiple media to a post – multiple photos or videos or a combination of both.
- New timeline – jump back 3 years instantly to compare evidence to the work pupils are doing now.
- New parent mode – share content using your device at parents evening. Parents will only see what they are allowed to see.
Fast and secure communication hub for parents and schools
During the webinar, our MD, Dale Pickles will show you how quick and easy it is to use Evisense as your school communication hub. He’ll also explain the security measures in place to protect your school’s information. All Evisense data is securely stored in the UK (some other systems are using US-based data storage). Watch the webinar to find out more.
FREE UPGRADE for existing Evisense users
As soon as our new and improved Evisense is released in November, schools who already use Evisense can request a FREE upgrade.
FREE TRIAL for new schools
If your school hasn’t used Evisense before, request a FREE trial and we’ll invite you to TRIAL EVISENSE FOR FREE once it’s live.
More FREE Webinars this Autumn Term
Autism Profiling with Autism Progress
More and more pupils are coming into schools showing autistic traits but there is limited external support available. Autism is a spectrum and there is no one way that works for all pupils. Autism profiling can help to understand how autism impacts an individual.
During the webinar, Dale explains how autism profiling with Autism Progress can help teachers to:
- Build a profile across Communication, Social Interaction, Emotional Regulation and Flexibility of Thought (based on SCERTS).
- Understand how unique each autistic pupil is, so you can support them more effectively.
- Use the profile information as part of a pupil’s one page profile and share with external professionals.
- Use strategies provided to support pupils based on their needs, not a generic approach to autism.
- This is not a diagnosis tool, it can be used before or after a diagnosis.
This webinar was broadcast LIVE on Tuesday 21 November. Click here to watch the recording.
Assessing ALL pupils in one system
using Connecting Steps
Assess, analyse and identify next steps for all of your pupils in one easy to use inclusive system. Our Connecting Steps software provides inclusive Primary School assessment for children working at Age Related Expectations and those with SEND.
During the webinar, Dale explains how Connecting Steps simplifies assessment, saving time and money for your school:
- One system for all pupils, saving time, saving money and making whole school data easier to manage.
- Different levels of detail for pupils working at ARE and those working below.
- A consistent approach across the whole school for all pupils.
- Reduce teacher workload by including SEND pupils from the beginning in assessment, planning and report writing.
- For Early Years and Primary settings.
This webinar was broadcast LIVE on Tuesday 3 October. Click here to watch the recording.