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"I have found a real benefit of SchooliP has been that it has given a voice to those 'unsung heroes' within our school."
Charlie Barber, Vice Principal, Hartsdown AcademyRead the Case Study
"Implementing SchooliP into our School did not mean we had to change our systems, we upgraded our paper based functions to a digital system which is now fully integrated and can be centrally accessed."
Philip Adamson, Principal, Woodlea Primary SchoolRead the Case Study
"We found that the ability to show a module of the system that tracked staff appraisal and peer observation was useful as part of our last ISI inspection."
Trevor Gray, Deputy Headteacher, Wellingborough SchoolRead the Case Study
"The software makes everything transparent and teachers can really see their impact to the school and can see what the school is trying to achieve."
Dwayne Toon, Headteacher, Rolleston Primary SchoolRead the Case Study
"SchooliP has completely changed the perception of performance management for staff, it is no longer perceived as something that is done to staff as it is now done by staff."
Anne Howells, Principal, British International School of StavangerRead the Case Study
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We rigorously plan, design and test all of our solutions to ensure they are both intuitive and effective, benefiting all educational stakeholders. We pride ourselves on creating ‘future-proof’ products, utilising cutting edge technology that works for educational establishments both now and in the future.
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