Who we work with
Educater is proud to affiliate itself with some of the leading names in the education
industry. Educater is formed by software development experts who build collaborative
solutions with education professionals. It is partnerships like this that make Educater
distinctive and innovative.
BESA, the British Educational Suppliers Association, is the
trade association covering the entirety of the UK
educational suppliers sector. BESA has a code of practice
which its members, including Educater, must adhere to.
Helen Sanderson Associates is dedicated to personalisation
and person-centred practices. It is with the help and
guidance from Helen Sanderson Associates that Educater
was able to develop its Pupil Passport module which creates
a live one-page profile.
Learning Unlimited (LUTSA) is a primary-led teaching school alliance in Sheffield. LUTSA’s moral purpose is to transform children’s lives through a world-class education and specialisms include Mathematics Mastery, Mastery English, EYFS and leadership. We are very excited to be working in partnership with LUTSA to bring the interactive self-evaluation tool to schools across the country.
Nasen is a charity organisation committed to supporting
children and young people with SEND, their families, and
the wider SEND community. Educater is proud to have
established a strong, working relationship with Nasen
which dates back to 2014.
With the help and support of senior teachers who are
responsible for curriculum delivery and assessment in
primary schools across England, the NAHT has developed
a set of model assessment criteria based on the new
National Curriculum. The NAHT assessment frameworks
have been incorporated into the STATonline pupil
assessment tracking system.
The National Association of Independent Schools and
Non-Maintained Special Schools (NASS) is a membership
organisation working with and for special schools in the
independent, voluntary and private sectors within the UK.
Rising Stars developed their whole-school frameworks
with the support of assessment experts. The result is a set
of 'ladders of progression' for English, mathematics,
science, geography and history. These ladders are used as
a framework for Educater's assessment tracking module
STATonline to track against.
STAT Sheffield's approach to 'life after levels' has been
developed by Sheffield school leaders, the local authority
and education practitioners coming together to devise a
new system for assessment following the Government's
announcement that National Curriculum levels would not
be replaced. Educater's STATonline is the only online
assessment tracking system designed to specifically to
manage the STAT Sheffield content.