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Recent events have caused schools around the world to find changes in the way they work.


For many Frog schools, moving to a virtual school model of operation is nothing new. Frog works with schools around the world and our community has encountered closure through everything from natural disasters, to severe weather patterns and even social upheaval.

Business continuity planning means not just finding new ways to facilitate learning but finding ways to keep the whole school running. Here we are sharing some of the ways in which schools use Frog to carry on with business when the world closes down...

 

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Finton House School - RWL - Virtually Finton
May 22, 2020, 7:15 AM

Discover how Finton House School are using Frog to create a virtual school environment for their staff, students and parents with a specific focus on ePortfolios.

Captured by Katie Cousins, the video below shows the school's ePortfolio system that allows for teacher feedback, student responses, demonstrates the breadth of work and also progression over time!

 

About the school

Finton House School is an independent primary school located in Wandsworth, London. The school has been part of the Frog family for a number of years. They are a progressive school who identify the right product and then properly implement it to gain the maximum benefit. 

Case Study: ISI say's we're excellent!

 


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North Lakes School - RWL Series - Interacting with Pupils
May 21, 2020, 7:15 AM

Discover how North Lakes School are using Frog to engage and interact with students during the current Coronavirus lock-down!

Captured by Martyn Soulsby, this is the second video - in a two-part series - showing us how the school are helping their children to learn from home. 

 

 

About the school

North Lakes School is a 7-11 school based in Penrith, Cumbria. The school has built up a close relationship with Frog. Through this partnership, the school have utilised their Frog platform to reach out and engage the wider community.

The Froggies Community Engagement



How the school have been using Frog to:

Interact with students

Watch a video created by Martyn Soulsby...

 


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North Lakes School - RWL Series - Engaging Pupils
May 20, 2020, 7:15 AM

Discover how North Lakes School are using Frog to engage and interact with students during the current Coronavirus lock-down!

Captured by Martyn Soulsby, this is the first video - in a two-part series - showing us how the school are helping their children to learn from home. 

If you’re a Frog school, it would be great to get similar videos from you to share with other schools.

Some are leading the way during these challenging times, but in truth, most are catching up. Let’s aim to get everyone on the front foot as quickly as we can.

As ever, if there’s anything you need from us at Frog to help you get the best during these times, you know where we are.



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If you haven't done this before, one bit of software we've found useful is Flashback Recorder. You can send your clips to us in any way you choose - WeTransfer, GoogleDrive or simply upload to your Frog platform.


About the school

North Lakes School is a 7-11 school based in Penrith, Cumbria. The school has built up a close relationship with Frog. Through this partnership, the school have utilised their Frog platform to reach out and engage the wider community.

The Froggies Community Engagement



How the school have been using Frog to:

Engage with students

Watch a video created by Martyn Soulsby...

 


Watch video on Youtube.

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Frog schools are doing amazing things already, which is why we will be asking you to help us help the schools that need it. If you’ve got something useful to pass on then please send it to us so that we can include it on here for others.


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