Known as V2, the new platform includes a refreshing look and feel, straightforward navigations, feature improvements, Computing and improved mobile accessibility.
To address the new Computing requirements of the National Curriculum, EducationCity has created a new Computing module for Key stages 1 and 2.
The module covers three distinct strands, computer science, information technology and digital literacy. Key Stage 2 is also split into lower and upper levels to help teachers differentiate the learning objectives.
With language learning becoming compulsory in primary schools, EducationCity has created a new PlayLive French interactive quiz for Key Stage 2 in which pupils test their knowledge of French language and culture against others within a timed, competitive environment. PlayLive French is designed to support pupils and teachers through this change.
“We are incredibly excited about the launch of V2 after all of the hard work and dedication given to this two year long project,” said Richard Whalley, Managing Director, EducationCity.
“By putting our schools’ needs at the forefront, we have created a truly customer orientated product upgrade that continues to position EducationCity as a forward thinking industry leader.”
V2 will go live ready for the new school term. In the meantime, EducationCity is well prepared to support schools as they reach full implementation of V2 by giving relevant support materials and the opportunity to try this exciting and brand new educational resource.