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In mid-2018 Piota met with St Elizabeth’s, Hertfordshire, a charity that manages residential care homes with nursing for people with epilepsy and other complex needs as well as a special needs school and college
King's Oak School in Romania improved their parental engagement through a Piota international school app and now it set's them apart from local competitors. Demonstration to launch took just 3 days and the positive impact on the school community was immediate.
The Barn Nursery School explains their decision to invest in a nursery app and their experience of having a go-to resource for parents. We build the apps in a way which makes them accessible to all users.
Heath Hayes Academy was the first REAch2 school to launch its Piota school app. Since becoming a paperless school and switching to the app for all their parent communication, download numbers have peaked at over 800.
Hollygirt School is an independent school in Nottingham founded in 1877 with 200+ boys and girls aged between 3 and 16. Read how Hollygirt School has used its app to improve their school communications.
In summer 2018, Piota welcomed new customer Bristol City Academy football club. We developed a football club app, available on Apple and Android, with the aim of reducing staff time spent on admin whilst also improving parent experience.
Oasis Academy Warndon is an inclusive academy for children aged between 2 and 11 located on the periphery of Worcester City. Aspiring to provide a truly holistic education and to build an interconnected community led the school adopt a customised school app.
Hargrave Park Primary School in Archway, north London has 340 pupils from Nursery to Year 6. The children’s progress is well above the national average and the school was graded Good with outstanding features in its last Ofsted.
Chris Burton, assistant headteacher and ICT development teacher at St John’s Church of England primary school in Bradford explains how they have improved their primary parental engagement.
Kingsdown is a Community Special School in Southend for children aged 3-14 who have severe learning difficulties, profound and multiple learning difficulties, physical disabilities and associated learning difficulties.
St John Evangelist is an Islington primary school with 301 pupils from Nursery to Year 6. The school was rated "Good" in all categories by Ofsted in October 2014 with comments praising its strong leadership, effective promotion of British values and good pupil behaviour.
With fast and effective communication being a major priority for the school, Treetops was keen to find new ways to engage and enhance the way it messaged and shared content with parents. In Treetops decided to invest in a custom school app.
Before having its own app, Anfield school communicated with its parents by sending out daily bulk emails. With students in Hong Kong being out of school a lot in the last 12 months, Anfield needed to communicate every update as quickly as possible.