Click here to download our latest customer newsletter which explains how you can use 1 assessment platform for pupils working across different curriculums in your school! Plus sign up for our FREE Live Webex on Thurs 8th March to find out about our NEW Rochford Review Ready assessment framework for pupils not yet engaged in subject-specific learning.
School budgets are being squeezed relentlessly. The National Education Union showed 94% of 1,800 school staff surveyed have spent their own money on classroom resources! How do senior leaders decide where to spend the budget? Where is the smart money being spent?
Are you visiting the Bett Show at London ExCeL this week?If so, we'd love to welcome you onto our stand - B241. Here's 5 good reasons to come and see us...
Click here to download the latest issue of our customer newsletter, The Whiteboard. This issue includes details on B Squared's new Engagement Steps assessment framework for pupils not yet engaged in subject-specific learning. As well as exclusive access to a FREE 3-month trial of Evisense and details on what we've been up to so far this term.
We are thrilled to share the news that Evisense has been shortlisted for not just one but two BETT Awards 2018! Evisense is a finalist in the categories Whole School Aids for Learning and also Special Educational Needs Solutions. The winners will be announced at the BETT Awards 2018 ceremony on 24th January at Tobacco Dock in London.
Visit us on stand 279 for a demonstration of Autism Progress or Evisense. Come and talk about the Rochford Review and its implications for settings working with individuals with SEND. Be first to see Engagement Steps - our newest assessment framework designed to help teachers identify and record the ongoing achievements of pupils not engaged in subject specific learning.
Come and chat to Jon and Mark at The Welsh Autism Show where they will be demonstrating how your setting can use Autism Progress to profile and assess the impact of an individual's autism. B Squared’s assessment experts will be available to discuss the Rochford Review and its implications for settings working with individuals with SEND.
At The Scottish Learning Festival this year, B Squared will be showcasing its newest assessment framework for Connecting Steps, which enables teachers in Scottish schools to track pupils’ progress within the Curriculum for Excellence.
Click here to download the latest issue of our customer newsletter, The Whiteboard. This issue includes details on what we've been up to during this 'busy' year in Education! As well as information on product updates, special offers and the new assessment frameworks we are developing.
The DfE is listening! The consultation on “primary school pupil assessment: Rochford Review recommendations” ends on the 22nd of June. It is important for schools to respond. Don't miss this opportunity to have your say!
Visitors to the B Squared stand will be able to see demonstrations of both our autism profiling tool, Autism Progress, and evidence management platform, Evisense. B Squared assessment experts will also be available to discuss the Rochford Review and its implications for settings working with individuals with SEND.
Delegates at The Education Show are invited to our stand (K29) to see a live demonstration of Evisense - our innovative evidence management software - and sign up for a free, no obligation 30-day trial. Schools that sign up for the trial will also receive an exclusive Show discount of 10% off their first year’s subscription when they purchase.
Attending the BETT Show 2017? Come to our stand at B245 and enter a prize draw for the chance to win incredible prizes.
At the BETT Show 2017, we are launching Evisense as a standalone product. Previously only available to schools subscribing to Connecting Steps, from February 2017 all schools will be able to purchase Evisense and experience the power of our new evidence management software.
Richard Aird OBE gives his own, personal interpretation of how he wishes to see SEND provision for SLD/PMLD/CLDD develop as a consequence of the RR recommendations.
At the end of November I was privileged to be invited to beautiful Budapest in Hungary to deliver a keynote lecture on profiling Autism to the Hungarian Autism Society and the Secretary of State for Education.
We are pleased to announce that our most requested feature for Connecting Steps has now been added…. uploading Evidence!
Our Director, Dale Pickles, has studied the final report of The Rochford Review and prepared the attached response. He gives his personal analysis, identifies some of the positives and discusses how we plan to adapt to the recommendations.
Click here to download the first issue of our new customer newsletter, The Whiteboard. This issue includes details on Autism Progress, our innovative autism profiling tool and the launch of Evisense, our new evidence capture software. New features and special offers are also highlighted.
Our response to the Rochford Review:Final Report. The report sets out a number of recommendations which we have welcomed and we are already working on how we can address these recommendations.
We are pleased to confirm that Autism Progress, our new and innovative tool for profiling autism, is now available to order!
We are currently developing a framework to assess pupil progress within the Curriculum for Excellence. It will be available as part of our Connecting Steps assessment software.
Are you ready for the new national curriculum? B Squared are...
Demand for our website has reached fever pitch and it is finally here!
Our new analysis tool for Connecting Steps is here. CSAM replaces GAP, providing more powerful analysis of data for schools.
Connecting Steps now incorporates the Welsh Foundation Phase and English and Maths at Key Stage 2.
Our simple to use Evidence system will soon be here - everything you need in an evidence system.
Our unique profiling tool, developed with autism specialists is almost here.
We have partnered with Zinet to simplify pupil management - now you can synchronise with your MIS.