The National Curriculum: A Digital Dawn

Education Secretary, Damian Hinds encourages schools to embrace greater digital learning.


If this is the direction the curriculum will now take, surely, schools themselves need to embrace greater digital processes?

Pigeon-holes and post-its simply don't cut it in the digital age.

Schools continue to face increasing pupil numbers and parents who, like all of us, live in a culture of instant information and instant transactions via any channel.

It's therefore vital that a school's processes and services reflect such a demand;

A single secretary cannot communicate as effectively without a digital platform.

Records cannot be updated at the speed expected without a digital platform.

Parents can't respond or make payments as promptly without a digital platform.

Fortunately, in a society that seems to be making such demands from schools, Tucasi can provide the platform required.

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