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Managing pupil bubbles in Pupil Asset

With pupils making a staged return to school from Monday 1st June we have been working on the best solution to allow schools to record these temporary pupil ‘bubbles’ within Pupil Asset. With each school’s return looking slightly different we…

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Recording attendance from 1st June 2020

The DfE have released their guidance on how attendance should be recorded with schools’ staged return from 1st June. The full guidance can be read here. Key details are: X codes should be recorded for any pupil not in an eligible year…

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Let’s Talk Assessment

We want to provide you with space to discuss all things education with our team – so we invite you to join us on Wednesday the 20th May for our first Assessment Forum. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions, to…

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Our upcoming webinars

Like you, we’ve been establishing new ways of working and interacting, whilst trying to keep things as ‘normal’ as possible – to provide some stability in what is a very uncertain and worrying time. We’ve postponed our in-person workshops and…

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8 helpful tips for wellbeing

We are all social distancing now, navigating through a world unlike any in living memory, but there are plenty of positive steps you can take to keep yourself well! Here are my top tips for keeping your spirits up in…

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Settling into our new offices

Like you, we’ve had to make a few changes to how we work here at Pupil Asset HQ. We’ve had to adapt to the changing and unusual situation we are currently facing, which has been a challenge, but we’ve risen…

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Covid-19 update

Let us assure you, as the national picture changes – your data is secure, our support team is available as usual and you can continue to rely on our software 24/7 – whatever device you are using. All our onsite…

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Our favourite books

We thought we’d celebrate World Book Day by asking our staff to reflect on their favourite children’s book. We share our favourites below: Each Peach Pear Plum. One of my first school teachers would often read this to the class when we…

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