The new Ofsted framework was introduced in September 2019. The primary concern was that the previous framework put pressure on schools to focus on assessments. Consequently, the quality of the curriculum had become second place to performance measures and preparation for tests. The new framework encourages a broad and rich curriculum, as well as ensuring leadership support teacher workload, particularly with consideration to assessment and marking issues.
All of our products help primary teachers be the experts in everything, giving teachers the resources to be confident in teaching all subjects, from computing to PE; and they're all housed in platforms designed to save teacher time.
Striver is our new PE and wellbeing platform. It includes a full PE scheme of work with over 250 lessons, perfect for if your PE is inspected.
It also includes 6 dedicated wellbeing units which support the 'Personal Development' judgement, as the units are designed to develop a learners' character, build resilience and teach pupils' how to keep physically and mentally healthy.
One-touch in lesson assessment tool that lets you collect assessment data in seconds via the Striver app and everything is synced centrally so your data's always on-hand.
Our six wellbeing topics; Nutrition, Sleep, Yoga, Teamwork & Leadership, Mindfulness and Personal Care are designed to progress a learners' broader development, and support their mental wellbeing from a young age.
Whole school calendar function makes it simple to organise PE and wellbeing across the school, guaranteeing you've got full curriculum coverage for every class.