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Show & Tell Week 8: Disadvantaged Pupil Budget

Posted by Bethany Spencer on (6 January, 2017)

It’s always important to be well versed in the sector that you’re working in, but we find that when working within education it’s even more important to have a full understanding of the industry.

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Hello, Team Satchel

Posted by Bethany Spencer on (5 January, 2017)

So, you may have noticed a few changes to Show My Homework recently. The reason for this is because our name has changed, we are now Satchel.

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Show & Tell Week 7: Simple Excel Hacks

Posted by Bethany Spencer on (16 December, 2016)

For this week’s Show & Tell we heard from Danielle and Kieron in Account Management who talked us through some basic Excel formulas. As an Account Manager spreadsheets and numbers are a more than common occurrence in their work and as a result of this, they’ve become quite the Excel wizards. Although for some of the other teams, we handle Excel a lot less in comparison, it is never always avoided and we expect much the same can be said for most people. So we thought we’d share some of the more basic formulas we were taught:

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Show & Tell Week 6: Continuous Improvement

Posted by Nabeelah Baccus on (9 December, 2016)

During this week’s Show & Tell, Sam from the Engineering Team spoke to us about the recent improvements made to our main product and modules, based on feedback acquired from our customers.

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A Smooth Sea Never Made a Skilful Sailor

Posted by Rob Ford on (5 December, 2016)

This week's guest blog is written by Rob Ford, Principal of Wyedean School. Rob was appointed Principal in April 2015 having been a senior leader in various state and independent schools in England and in Wales. Rob has a background in international education, leadership and the International Baccalaureate working with schools and school boards on these areas across the world for over 20 years. 

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Show & Tell Week 5: Communication

Posted by Bethany Spencer on (2 December, 2016)

For this week’s Show & Tell, Chandni from Support talked us through the improvements that have been made to our Android and iOS software and Laura from Engineering spoke to us through the programme we use to build our software, Ember.

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Can Pupils Objectively Judge the Quality of Teaching?

Posted by The Educator on (28 November, 2016)

This week's Guest Blog is by The Educator. The Educator Blog is a blog specifically for teachers, all our blogs are written by teachers for teachers, we also offer the latest news, teaching resources and latest jobs.

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Show & Tell Week 4: Company Happiness

Posted by Bethany Spencer on (25 November, 2016)

For the fourth week of Show & Tell our HR Manager Deborah spoke to us about the importance of office wellbeing and the work we’re doing at Show My Homework to ensure optimum staff happiness. For us, we pride ourselves on the people we employ - afterall we are only as good as the people who work here, and in order to retain our employees we make sure their happiness is at the forefront of our mind at all times.

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Christmas is a Time for Sharing

Posted by Bethany Spencer on (23 November, 2016)

It’s that time of year again, and it wouldn’t be Christmas if we didn’t get involved in spreading the festive cheer, that’s why we’re offering an exclusive Christmas gift to any Senior Leader that takes a look at Show My Homework in 2016.

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Our Newest Feature: Sharing Effective Homework with Community Resources

Posted by Victoria Allen on (21 November, 2016)

 

Community Resources is now available for Show My Homework, giving teachers the ability to share their best homework with other SMHW teachers. With hundreds of uploaded homework tasks stored in Community Resources, you can use a task that another teacher has found effective in a few seconds.

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