We have an extensive range of assistive learning technology, each packed with features catering to specific literary and educational needs.
Time to Discover a Love for Reading
Primary school is a key time in a child’s development, laying the foundations to move on to secondary education and beyond with confidence. It’s important we give young learners with emerging difficulties the opportunity to read comfortably and confidently, helping them discover a love for reading alongside their friends and classmates.
Maximising Potential at an Early Age
What is Early Intervention?
Early intervention is the best strategy to support students who are not reading at expected levels for their age. Dyslexia and other literacy difficulties can be supported, helping prevent anxiety linked to struggles with reading tasks. By recognising these issues early on and starting the support, the better it is for the learner.
Support doesn’t just stop in the classroom. ReaderPen is portable and can be used at home too. Many young people use these pens as a normal way of working, benefitting from the support and confidence of having a personal tutor in their pocket. The STA has now changed the rules to accommodations, where now it is permitted for students to use a locked down ReaderPen to support them in their SAT examinations. It is easy to turn on the Exam Lock feature, meaning the student can move seamlessly from learning to assessment without the stress of managing new accommodations.
Easy to use and suitable for children aged 6 years and older
Built-in dictionaries help build vocabulary
Subtle design keeps them from standing out in class
Voice recorder allows individual learning objectives to be assigned by teachers
Scanning Pens has given students from primary schools across the nation in every background a chance to succeed and develop as they move into adulthood. Here are just a few of your success stories:
Primary School Resources
We’re also a one-stop shop for all the essential educational resources you need. Parents, pupils, teachers and Special Educational Needs Coordinators (SENCOs) can access this important information to help better understand the benefits of our products, as well as provide the tools to ensure kids get the best possible education.