GCSE Achieve is an online tool for secondary schools and colleges to improve learner support for English, maths and science. All elements of the product are designed with the new GCSE 9-1 specifications and are designed to help fulfil Ofsted’s requirements for quality of teaching, learning and assessments.
Our tools include:
• Diagnostic Assessment
• Learning Resources
• Exam Practice
As school data expert, Groupcall now offers MATs and Local Authorities an end-to-end solution that supports both them and their schools working towards GDPR compliance.
Our ‘GDPR Pathway’ is a combination of training, professional services and a cloud based school portal making it easier to manage GDPR from the awareness stage to ongoing compliance.
With a combination of GDPRiS functionality, training and services like Michelmore’s ‘JustAsk’ service, schools will have an end-to-end pathway that will provide a solid foundation for GDPR compliance.
Security and accountability are imperative within education and Genee World’s Registrar Visitor Management System provides a simple-to-use sign-in solution with Photo Capture and Visitor Label Printing.
Allow visitors and staff to easily create Photo ID and sign in and out of your premises without the need for a manned reception. Repeat visitors can simply scan their Photo ID to gain entry with the addition of a barcode scanner or entry reader.
Genee Registrar is integrated into Capita’s SIMS management system, which is used by over 3,000 educational facilities across the UK. This implementation not only allows Genee Registrar to automatically update SIMS, but most importantly for security and safety, it integrates with DBS databases.
Genially is a tool aimed to create interactive and animated contents free and easily. Online contents like these can be used to enrich websites and blogs, or as a communication tool (slide presentations, infographics, dossiers, posters or guides).
This web-based tool offers several advantages due to the fact that, even if you don’t have any programming or designing skills, you can still create extremely visual and appealing digital resources. It also gives you the possibility to embed all kinds of third-party contents such as social media, maps, questionnaires, videos, audios… And from more than 1,700 providers.
With Genially you’ll enjoy all the advantages of working in the cloud when it comes to accessing your creations and modifying contents. Besides, any work made with Genially can be easily shared in Social Media or Whatsapp.
The Go Direct Conductivity Probe determines the ionic content of an aqueous solution by measuring its electrical conductivity. It directly connects wirelessly via Bluetooth® or wired via USB to your platform. Go Direct Conductivity Probe determines the ionic content of an aqueous solution by measuring its electrical conductivity. It features a built-in temperature sensor to simultaneously read conductivity and temperature. Automatic temperature compensation allows students to calibrate the probe in the lab and then make measurements outdoors without temperature changes affecting data. This temperature compensation can be turned off to perform conductivity studies as a function of temperature.
The Go Direct Conductivity Probe has a range of 0 to 20,000 μS/cm to provide optimal precision in any given range. An alternating current at its electrodes prevents polarization and electrolysis, reducing contamination of solutions. Its ABS-body graphite electrode resists the corrosion typical in metal electrodes.
The Go Direct Constant Current System is a DC power source with a built-in current probe designed for use in electrochemistry experiments. It directly connects wirelessly via Bluetooth® or wired via USB to your platform. Use the Go Direct Constant Current System to determine Avogadro’s number and perform various electroplating and electrolysis experiments. This system combines a DC power source with a built-in current sensor to eliminate the need for a separate power supply, and it can deliver up to 0.6 A at 5 V DC. Voltage settings are automatically adjusted to complement the chosen current setting.
The Go Direct Drop Counter precisely records the number of drops of titrant added during a titration and then automatically converts it to volume. It directly connects wirelessly via Bluetooth® or wired via USB to your platform. Conducting a titration has never been easier. Use Go Direct Drop Counter in conjunction with our other Go Direct sensors, such as Go Direct pH, Go Direct Conductivity, or Go Direct ORP, to perform acid-base, conductometric, or potentiometric titrations.
Designed with a wide drop-detecting area, Go Direct Drop Counter removes the need for precise burette alignment. We’ve also included a large sensor slot for conventional stick-style sensors and a smaller, adjustable slot for temperature probes. The adjustable clamp easily fits our Stir Station and most laboratory ring stands and lattices
The Go Direct Force and Acceleration Sensor couples a 3-axis accelerometer with a stable and accurate force sensor that measures forces as small as ±0.1 N and up to ±50 N. Measure pushes and pulls in the classroom or outdoors. It directly connects wirelessly via Bluetooth® or wired via USB to your platform.
Use Go Direct Gas Pressure Sensor to monitor gas pressure in a variety of experiments. It records accurate absolute pressure readings relative to the perfect vacuum reference point inside the sensor, allowing you to go below atmospheric pressure or up to 400 kPa. Easily change the displayed units to any one of seven options (kPa, mmHg, inHg, mbar, psi, atm, torr). Includes a syringe, tubing, and stoppers to ease setup for experiments such as Boyle’s law.
The Go Direct Light and Color Sensor is a powerful and versatile light sensor that measures light in the visible to ultraviolet electromagnetic spectrum. An RGB color sensor detects relative contributions of primary colors in light. Go Direct Light and Color directly connects wirelessly via Bluetooth® or wired via USB to your platform.
The Go Direct Melt Station accurately determines the melting temperature of solid substances. It directly connects wirelessly via Bluetooth® or wired via USB to your platform. Teach students the visual detection capillary method of melting point determination with the Go Direct Melt Station. It accurately measures melting temperatures of a solid (up to 260°C), and the real-time graphing provides a unique perspective of the melting process.
The wide-angle observation and magnification window, LED-lit heater block, and adjustable tilt base give students a clear view of the substance as they witness the state change. Internal cooling fans reduce the waiting time between sample testing. Also included is an important safety feature that automatically powers down the heating block after 60 minutes with no change to the control knob.
The Go Direct Motion Detector uses ultrasound to measure the position, velocity, and acceleration of moving objects. It directly connects wirelessly via Bluetooth® or wired via USB to your platform. The Go Direct Motion Detector accurately tracks objects as close as 15 cm and as far away as 2.5 m. Its built-in temperature compensation automatically adjusts for the difference in the speed of sound in cold and warm locations. Its unique design protects the sensor from falling objects during simple harmonic motion or free fall experiments.
The Go Direct pH Sensor is a general-purpose pH sensor used to monitor pH of aqueous solutions. It directly connects wirelessly via Bluetooth® or wired via USB to your platform. The Go Direct pH Sensor is an important and versatile sensor for lab and field activities alike. It gives students the freedom to explore pH without the inconvenience of wires—no more spilled solutions or dangling wires. The Go Direct pH transmits live readings and captures data in real-time.
The Go Direct SpectroVis Plus Spectrophotometer quickly measures a full wavelength spectrum. It directly connects wirelessly via Bluetooth® or wired via USB to your platform. Introduce your students to spectroscopy with the affordable Go Direct SpectroVis Plus Spectrophotometer. Capable of connecting wirelessly or by USB, this device can easily collect a full wavelength spectrum (absorbance, percent transmission, or intensity) in less than one second. Once the peak wavelength is determined, you can establish the concentration of a solution (Beer’s law) or monitor rates of reactions. A low light path allows the Go Direct SpectroVis Plus Spectrophotometer to be used for microscale labs and biochemistry applications with micro and semi-micro cuvettes.
Our Governor view allows members of the Governing body to independently access a dashboard of key performance indicators for individual year groups and focus groups drawn from live data held in GO 4 Schools.
Collect, share, and analyze sensor data with our free software for Chrome™, Windows®, macOS™, iOS®, and Android™
Collect data from multiple sensors simultaneously, either with a multiple-channel interface such as LabQuest Stream or by using multiple Go Direct sensors. Use Data Sharing to retrieve data from just about every Vernier sensor.
Select time-based or event-based data collection, including events with entry.
Adjust data-collection rate and duration as needed.
Trigger time-based data collection on sensor values (iOS will not support triggering or change display units in the initial 4.0 release).
Calibrate sensors, although most of the time this is not needed.
Enter data manually or using the clipboard.
Change display units on many sensors.
Display one, two, or three graphs as needed.
Set the graph scale.
Select what is graphed on each axis, and select line- or point-style graphs.
Calculate descriptive statistics on all or some of your data.
Fit lines and curves to some or all of your data.
Define calculated columns based on sensor columns. Use this to linearize a graph, for example.
View data in a table.
Highlight and read values from a graph.
Interpolate and extrapolate using graphed data.
The new Gratnells MakerSpace trolley is the latest addition to the successful Callero family of specialist school storage. Designed to work with the rest of the Callero range, the MakerSpace trolley can be configured with a variety of tray and storage bin options. The standard Gratnells trays can be interchanged with fixed storage to transport materials and tools to a work area, and the trolley can also be used as a standalone workstation, with ample storage for many materials and hand tools. Gratnells trays have also become the system of choice for many STEM and STEAM kit manufacturers, and again these will fit directly into the MakerSpace trolley.
Using a selection of tray inserts from the Gratnells range, the MakerSpace trolley can accommodate materials and parts of varying sizes and shapes, while still making them easily accessible for selection and sharing. Storage pegs and tool holders can be fixed to the backboard and side panels in many arrangements, and are easily changed to suit new needs.
With a robust steel frame, large lockable castors, and a convenient work surface, the MakerSpace trolley provides a focal point for collaborative working, and a reliable resource centre for all types of project work. Working with fixed storage from the Callero range, users can safely store a vast range of materials, and easily convey them to project locations, all within an integrated system.
Gratnells have recently launched the new PowerTray range. Now you can charge, sync and store your usb devices in a standard school tray. The PowerTray comes in two sizes - Deep and Extra Deep and each will allow you to charge up to ten iPads or other usb devices. You can also have the option to sync your devices via the PowerTray too. Schools are loving the portability of the PowerTray - you can store them in any standard school furniture - including trolleys - and then take them into a classroom or staff room whenever a charging solution is needed.
As well as the new Gratnells PowerTray, Gratnells have launched the PowerTrolley. The PowerTrolley has been designed to store the PowerTrays, safely and securely. It's lockable so an ideal solution to store and charge a whole class amount of iPads, and then you can easily transport them round the school from class to class.
The Gratnells Rover is the latest product to be introduced to the Gratnells product portfolio. The Rover is an all terrain trolley that comes complete with pneumatic tyres and a secure strap the multi-purpose use. The Rover allows you much more flexibility than standard classroom storage trolleys. Now you can easily carry heavy water bottles out to a field on sports day or take a whole class of iPads in Gratnells charging PowerTrays up and down your school stairs. The possibilities are endless!
A straightforward and affordable remote backup service. Part of your disaster recovery plan.
The powerful yet intuitive platform enabling schools to have access to their MIS data instantly and securely anytime, anywhere – even from home. Emerge Desktop facilitates the core functions needed by teachers in the classroom such as attendance taking, behaviour recording and assessment marking – as well as key analytics about students. The Emerge Mobile app means you can access the same core data wherever you are on any device, even if you (or your school MIS) is offline.
The Bett award-winning communications system used by over 5,500 UK schools. Messenger is proven to increase attendance and reduce unauthorised absence. It dramatically reduces administrative tasks; saving time, cutting phone bills and improving parental communication. Additional modules help you organise parents’ evenings, cost-effectively collect payments from parents and create and manage electronic forms and surveys.
Over 18,000 schools across UK use Groupcall Xporter to allow third parties to access their MIS data to provide applications such as parental engagement or homework software. Xporter reduces the burden on your school’s administration, makes third-party applications quicker to implement and improves data accuracy.
Using the latest cloud technologies, Xporter On Demand provides a secure interface to your MIS for our trusted partners to access – once you provide them explicit permission to do so.
It supports all major UK school MIS and it is already compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation.
The Grove Inventor Kit for Micro:bit brings endless possibilities to your micro:bit. The core board in this kit is the Grove shield for micro:bit, with which you can use plenty of Grove modules including sensors, display, actuator to interact with micro:bit. If you never used and have no idea what grove is, here is the introduction of Grove. All you need to know is that with Grove, there is no need of soldering or jump wires any more. Your prototyping will be easier and much more convenient.
Grove Zero is a series of color-coded and magnetic electronic modules that teaches kids about programming, electronics, design thinking, and logics.
Genee World are always working hard to revolutionise schools and the stunning new 4K Touchscreen range is no exception.
4K technology provides the highest quality images available and provides users with ultra-high-definition quality, future-proofing any classroom.
Available in 3 sizes (65”, 75” and 86”) the G-Touch 4K range has been designed with the future in mind and offer
speakers, 10-point touch and ease of use with the simple front-facing and side-facing buttons and connection ports which allow for any device to be connected to the screen.
The G-Touch Classroom Range provides teachers with an array of collaborative teaching opportunities. Students can interact directly on the screen or respond via hand held devices. Crystal clear audio via the front facing speakers is ideal for video presentations, and the addition of a Genee Vision Visualiser allows live demonstrations to be displayed to the classroom.
A great addition to any Nursery, Key Stage 1 or 2 classroom.
Engage pre-schoolers and inspire fun learning with subject specific content. Students learn through Gamification, which creates an environment that encourages student Collaboration and team building.
The G-Touch table range comes in 32 inch and 42 inch screen sizes, they all come with a built-in PC and can be used in either a table format (in the horizontal position) which allows more students to
interact together around the table - or tilted, for better visibility for a group.
A Visualiser is an extremely flexible teaching and presentation tool allowing presenters, teachers or students to display objects onto an interactive whiteboard, computer or LED touch screen.
This means 3D objects, books, worksheets, maps and text can be viewed by a large audience without the need to be copied and distributed.
Features such as mirror, rotate, split screen, black and white, positive / negative, image freeze and title grab allow you to manipulate objects or text live on screen without affecting the original source. When combined with software such as the Genee Toolbar or Genee Spark you can also annotate, highlight, draw and write over the objects then save your work as an image or video file.