Education software specialist Crick Software has published some brand new success story videos from primary schools eager to share how they have been using the company’s Clicker 6 software to raise literacy standards.
Clicker is the child-friendly talking word processor that helps pupils of all abilities to significantly develop their reading and writing skills. Released in 2012, Clicker 6 is the latest version of this much-loved literacy tool, and is currently being used in thousands of schools across the UK.
Little Reddings Primary School in Bushey are using Clicker 6 to support learning across the curriculum and as a vital part of the school’s Achievement for All initiative. “The best thing about Clicker 6 is that you have the freedom to bring it into any subject – children can be independent and involved in their own learning, and excited by using technology to write” summarises Hannah Smith, the school’s Year 2 teacher.
Moulton Primary School in Northampton are using Clicker 6 to raise the engagement and literacy levels of their boy writers, and also on a one-to-one basis with pupils with dyslexia, autism and other special educational needs. “I would recommend Clicker 6 to any school that is trying to raise the profile of their writers, to engage pupils and really motivate them to write” concludes Inclusion Manager Karen Sharp.
You can access both videos by visiting www.cricksoft.com/success-stories
For further information about Clicker 6 or any of Crick Software’s other literacy support products, please call 01604 671691 or email email@example.com.
Further Information: Siobhan Percival at Crick Software