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'What is Good Progress?' Webinar

This is a question we have been asked a lot over recent years. The removal of Levels and now also P Levels has left schools unsure on the progress pupils with SEND should make. Our webinar below is designed to help schools answer that question. It would be great if I could pull out a number or a formula that you could use to judge progress, but it is not that simple. Progress needs to be judged by those who work with the pupil. There are lots of questions that need to be asked and...


4. How to use CSAM

This training webinar is on how to use our Connecting Steps Analysis Module (CSAM). Learn how to use our analysis tool to its full potential and to find out how to gain insights into students' progress across their school.

Talk to Headteachers from Scottish Schools

Talk to Headteachers from Scottish Schools

Visitors to B Squared's stand can meet our special guest headteachers from Firpark Secondary School (North Lanarkshire) and Ashton Secondary School (Glasgow) to find out how our assessment framework for the Curriculum for Excellence can be used to support learning.

Are you ready for the removal of P Levels?

On the 24th May 2018 the DfE released the new pre-key stage standards for key stage 1 and 2. These are designed to replace p levels for end of key stage assessment. For more information on how we have updated our assessment products please click here


Back to School - Move your pupils to their new class

It is back to school and it is time for new classes. When you add pupils to a class, by default they are only in the class for that academic year, so on the 1st of September they move to their new class. If you have not specified a class, then they will disappear. To get them back, you just need to assign them to a new class. For more information click here


The Engagement Model – An announcement or something else?

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On Monday 27th of January 2020, the DfE released draft guidance called the Engagement Model.

Strangely, it didn’t appear in the Governments announcements or the DFE Email Digest, and it doesn’t appear in the list of News and Communications from the DfE.

Why? Is it because SEND is still an after thought or is there another reason?

Q&A Webinar with Dale Pickles

Answering those commonly asked questions.

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Dale runs our latest webinar this month. Breaking from tradition, we invited people to ask us any questions they had. Dale's webinar delivers the answers to these and expands upon them significantly and provides links to useful resources.