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54New@BETT 2012 sponsored the Admin BurdenRM Intelligence is a new dashboard system for the school MIS from RM (stand D60). The graphical interface lets teachers take large amounts of complex data from the MIS and presents them in easy-to-read charts and graphs. Student details, behavioural records, attendance, grades and exam results are all available in broad or detailed views.A new Management Information System from Archimedes (stand T27), designed to be highly customizable and bringing data capture, analysis and communication together in a single platform.Alfiesoft (stand A26) will launch Testbank, the follow-up to the award-winning Alfie qbank. Testbank comes in a range of editions to suit all schools and budgets, from the free version that provides online assessment from the 2007 SATs in Maths, English and Science, to the Academy edition that provides more than 8,000 questions, 300 ready-to-run tests and featuring dynamic integration with Capita SIMS. AQA (stand G65) will launch mytutor, a live and online service that provides real-time tutoring from UK-based tutors in KS2 and KS3 Maths and English. The company is recruiting tutors at BETT, offering teachers the opportunity of flexible hours and the ability to work from home, as well as training in the use of the online whiteboard. They will also receive a free enhanced CRB check and CPD certificate on completion of training.A new version of the popular Connecting Steps assessment software will be launched by BSquared (stand E80). Available in paper-based and software, the assessment range covers English, Maths, Science, ICT, PHSE & Citizenship, Geography, History, Art & Design, DT, Music, RE, PE and MFL across the P Levels and up to National Curriculum Level 5, as well as the EYFS, Milestones/Pre Entry Levels and Entry Levels 1 - 3. The system not only shows the skills achieved but also identifies the skills required to complete levels, helping teachers with planning. Additional analysis software is also available.Capita Business Services (stand D20) will have a number of new products on show. They include a new version of the Financial Management System especially for academies, the latest version of SIMS Discover for tracking achievements, behaviour and attendance, with new support for Ebacc subjects, and a new Homework Diary extension to the SIMS Learning Gateway.Cloudware (stand SW11) is a first-time exhibitor at BETT and will launch a new Cloud-based information service that uses Google Cloud services. It includes Aladdin Schools, a Tutoring anytime, anywhere: myTutor from AQA

New@BETT 2012 sponsored school administration system that gives headteachers improved management services and communication with staff and parents, services for LEA managers working with primary schools, and access to the Google Apps Education Edition of online document applications.eSchools (stand M49) will follow its Primary School integrated management system with the launch of a version for secondary schools. Designed to help teachers, students, parents and office staff in all areas of secondary school life, the system integrates teaching, learning and reporting. Also new is an iPhone or Android phone app that provides acces to the system from anywhere at any time.Boardworks (stand A31) will showcase MyWorks, a new online homework and assessment package that provides self-marking quizzes accessible from any Internet-connected computer. Results can be viewed by the teacher, pupil and parent. As part of the scheme, an Ebacc Suite is also available for students working to the English Baccalaureate certificate.Frog Trade (stand M50) will showcase its new school improvement tool, a free online tool accessible from within the Frog system, that helps leaders evaluate technology use and work to action plans to achieve is a new product from Just2Easy (stand N65). The online system lets teachers create web-based teaching resources with minimal training. Subscription and non-subscription services, custom content, forms, widgets and Google Apps can be created and deployed for instant access. Also new is j2e5, an HTML5 page creator.Making its BETT debut, MailFinder (stand SW15) will launch a new application of the same name that aims to simplify the lives of teachers by making it simple to communicate with any and all of a pupil's teachers. The software automatically identifies the relevant staff and makes it simple to send email to each.Schools looking for sustainable solutions should visit Big Green Book (stand W60), which will launch a new Sustainability Guide and Directory in May 2012. The book will include a 'how to' guide as well as a directory of companies offering sustainable services, categorized by region.Life, the universe and everything: MyWorks from Boardworks It's Learning (stand D50) will unveil an upgrade to its learning platform at BETT. The redesigned colours, icons, menus, tabs and background images have all been transformed to improve the learning experience and also offer the ability to provide an icon-only based interface that is more suited to Primary level users. Also new is an Apps Library, which delivers instant access to content providers including Encyclopaedia Britannica, J2e, Education City and Espresso. Users can have this content fully integrated into their courses through the new interface.SHORTS