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- 2.8 • 99.9K Ratings
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Ratings and Reviews
Used to be better
I like most people use my phone for most things and that includes looking at assignments. On the old app this was perfectly fine and you could look back on all the assignments you had in the past which is really helpful if you missed something from ages ago that wasn’t super important so you don’t catch up on it right away. However now in a recent ish update the only way you can view tasks from a long time ago or not immediately due within the next two weeks is by going onto a computer and logging into satchel through there. This is incredibly irritating if you have a huge project with a due date months away because you then can’t quickly remind yourself about the details of the task the teacher has set you have to log onto a computer and look through there. This wouldn’t be so irritating if they didn’t change it from being perfectly good to now this system of only seeing tasks a few weeks ahead or behind on the app, i simply cannot understand why they would make this change. Why would you remove features from your app. Furthermore because of this two week period if you have overdue tasks for more than this timeframe they also disappear so then you don’t know what you’re behind on because it checks itself off after a certain period of time. Very irritating for long time users who know how good it used to be.
Needs more options and more controls
I have a number of frustrations with Satchel One including that you have no comments or ideas page on your website Below are options/improvements I would like to see in the software: - Options with type and frequency of notifications, eg when something is due and hasn’t been completed - but not getting notifications for when an item is set, or notifications when it is classwork as opposed to homework. - A better completed button for students to mark items -rather than just hiding items. - Option for students to have a separate feed for classwork items - More options to set personal reminders or task/project milestones - Ability to colourise or set notifications on items - Alternate ways to sort and filter items - Option to load work against a task - even if the teacher doesn’t want it submitted online - Option for student to give permission to a parent to mark an item as completed and assist with the upkeep and maintenance of their Satchel One account - Filters for subject and searching them, both completed and outstanding tasks
I’m afraid to say that my wife and I really do not like this. We are unable to see what work our child has done and what content they have put in. Our child spilt water over there laptop so now attends the school hub to do there online homework. All we know is that they say it’s completed. What it was and how they achieved this we don’t know. The feedback from teachers is very hit n miss. We think that there is nothing that can compete with a homework diary that has to be signed each week by the parents to say the child has completed there homework , further more the home work is set , the child completed each subject showing the parents there effort and allowing the parents to help where possibly needed. This whole pandemic has really effected children with there effort but also the teachers as well.... the children apply less effort and the teachers don’t have to mark papers, thus meaning if the child hasn’t done the homework online then hey ho they haven’t done it....our child is probably like a lot of children if there’s a loop hole they will exploit it...and the loop hole is ....as parents we gave no way of knowing what they have done what content and effort they put in and what mark or comments from the teacher they received. Sorry just do not agree with it.... exercise book pen and paper is always better .
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Why Satchel One?
- Only pay for what you use
- All your apps under one roof
- Trusted by over 1600 schools
- Award-winning school software
- Built by an Assistant Headteacher
- Easy setup & seamless integration
Satchel One Apps
A ‘one size fits all’ software package won’t give your school the bespoke experience you require. With Satchel One, you select the apps that will add value and only pay for them. A cost effective, whole-school software solution.
Make home-learning stress free for all involved with our market-leading homework software.
Enjoy a clear record of your students’ attendance with our school registration software.
The road to complete classroom management starts with smart student seating.
Enhance organisation with student and teaching timetables online via desktop or app.
Behaviour management just got easier with Satchel's new Behaviour module.
Quickly, subtly and effectively reprimand students’ negative behaviour with Detentions.
Record and effectively communicate important student welfare information with Welfare Notes.
Streamline communication with parents by sending important documents electronically.
Satchel One Premium Features
Further customise your school’s platform with Premium Features, powerful add ons that were precision designed to make your life easier.
Quickly alert the behavioural team about developing incidents with On Call, allowing them to respond and offer useful support.
Replicate your behaviour policy in Satchel One and automate disciplinary outcomes for students’ negative actions with Sanctions.
Support staff in dealing with more serious behavioural incidents with a sleek and straightforward escalation process.
Personalise Satchel One with your school’s branding, colours and logo for a bespoke experience.
Access guardian contact details straight from Attendance for easy and efficient follow ups with parents.
Import recent student assessment data directly into Satchel One from your school’s MIS.
Technology and education
The rise in edtech tools has been recognised by the DfE as a legitimate way in which schools can enhance the teaching and learning process. However, in order for technology to serve a purpose and to work effectively, the software itself needs to solve a real problem, reduce teacher workload, be easy to use and companies need to provide sufficient support during implementation.
The Priory School
I’ve worked in primary schools, secondary schools and now an MAT, and in all my time implementing ‘game changing’ software, I have never known such a smooth implementation and well received product.
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Award winning software
Satchel are an award winning company who currently work with 2500 schools worldwide.
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2020 Winners School Business Category
2019 Winners Edtech Innovator of the Year
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Included in every Satchel One licence
Our core features are what make up the foundation of Satchel One. Each is intuitive, effective and will work alongside the apps you choose to add on top. Included as standard are:
Powerful, time saving reports for SLT and teachers that make it easy to monitor user activity, track homework, create parents’ evening letters and oversee behaviour. Schedule reports and receive them direct to your inbox.
Linked to Show My Homework tasks, we create a Gradebook entry for each piece of homework set, so you can keep track of student submissions, grades and comments in one place, visible to teachers, students and parents.
My Classes is the centre of Satchel One. It’s the doorway into the Satchel apps you use and allows you to quickly view your students and class groups, where you can select the function you need to support their learning.
Accessible for teachers, students and parents, your school can publish all important Events, recurring or one off, via the Notice Board, as well as issue Announcements that send a notification to alert specific groups.
The open calendar single-handedly removes any homework excuses by providing access to all upcoming homework tasks, details and deadlines, even without a login. Students simply search for their school and filter to find their task.
Apps & Notifications
Store all your important documents and school policies on the cloud with My Drive. Whether it’s lesson plans, timetables or useful resources for a later date, keep everything in one place, easily accessible.
Only pay for the apps you use
Satchel One features can be broken down into two sections - base layer features which come as standard, and the add on apps and premium features which you select. Only pay for what you use.
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Choose from our award-winning apps
Setting up new software should be seamless - we integrate with your existing MIS and use a third party data extractor to make set-up a breeze.
We sync with your MIS, pulling data directly from your school’s system so there’s no duplication in data entry and our nightly sync means all data is always up-to-date.
We use third party data extractor, Groupcall, to extract data from your MIS. Their new XoD service ensures a constant sync with your school’s system.
Training and support
We pride ourselves on the level of support Satchel customers receive. From day one, our dedicated team are here to provide support throughout the length of your licence.
- Bespoke launch plan and supported roll-out
- Exceptional full staff training
- 97.5% CSAT rating for training
- Support available to all users
- 90.5% CSAT rating for support
- Syncs with your existing MIS
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Read Recent Homework Case Studies
- Case Study - Horndean Technology College for Boys
- Case Study - The Chauncy School
Horndean Technology College for Boys
The College is good with 11 outstanding features. Overall, all groups of students including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities make good progress in their learning. Care, guidance and support are outstanding. The College looks after students exceptionally well. As a result, students feel extremely safe and are able to contribute very well to the College and local community. The curriculum is excellent and constantly under review. This ensures that students can choose courses which meet their needs very well; this is increasingly helping students to attain good qualifications. The college is excellent at monitoring student progress carefully to ensure that extra help is provided should they fall behind their challenging targets.
What was the Challenge?
Horndean Technology College (HTC), a specialist Technology College, is a larger than average community secondary college. The College has been awarded the Investors in People Award and the International School Awards amongst other accolades. Homework policies existed whereby there was a rough weekly homework timetable and all homework was written by students in homework planners/diaries. In the past the College had invested much time and financial resources incorporating technology in the school so that students could view and complete assignments online, but this proved to be very cumbersome. HTC were looking for a working solution with a short roll out phase so that they could start using it for the next academic year.
HTC approached Show My Homework in June 2011, for a cost effective solution to get all homework assignments online with an option for students to submit relevant homework pieces online to their respective teachers for assessment. The College was adamant that a working system be in place for the new academic year and thus a proposed roll out plan was agreed for the entire school to begin using Show My Homework by September 2011, with a training session for all staff pencilled in for that time. However, due to the simplicity and ease of use, along with the availability of user guides and demo videos and direct support, all staff had signed up by the end of the summer term with a majority of staff posting homework for their classes. The training session was then replaced as a refresher.
Their Story So Far...
All teaching staff in the College have signed up and all teaching staff have accounts. With the College meant to be officially going Live from September, we have still seen 326 homework posts during the last few weeks of the academic term, (a period when all Year 11 have been on exams and a majority of Year 10 students are on work experience). HTC has linked its online homework calendar with its main school website, and parents have been notified of the new homework procedure starting for September, through letters home and at a recent parents evening. The concept has been received well by parents and students. Staff have also been given the opportunity to put forward suggestions for future features for development, making this useful piece of technology really work for them as a school.
Next, Read The Chauncy School Homework Case Study!
The school provides an extremely supportive and caring ethos in which all students receive the help and guidance they need to do well.Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Ofsted came suddenly, worked swiftly and reported promptly that Chauncy is a good school with outstanding features. They were very complimentary about leadership and management and the pastoral care we provide. They described behaviour as very good and the students contribution to the community as outstanding. The best aspect, in my view, was that they praised the way our students look after each other, whether as mentors or just as young people in their everyday lives. Thirteen 'Outstanding' and twenty six 'Good'Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â grades to build on for next time - possibly in 2013.
The Chancy School is a suburban school set in the county of Hertfordshire. In their last Ofsted inspection they received a 'Good' grade and were looking to build on that and push the school to 'Outstanding'. One of the areas they were looking to improve was Homework. Their Assistant Head, Katharine Lovell, was tasked with finding a solution to help organise the homework process so that the SLT could monitor the amount of homework set on a weekly basis and make sure that all subjects were giving the appropriate amount of good quality homework. They already had a homework policy and a homework timetable, the trouble was that it was near enough impossible to track the actual homework that was given on a weekly basis by staff. They needed a solution that would track and monitor homework and also show evidence to Ofsted that homework was given regularly across the school. Show My Homework helps parents support their child and the school as it can be accessed by anyone.
Mrs Lovell, approached Show My Homework in March 2011 and took a trial with other SLT members. They found the site easy to use and felt that having their schools own online homework calendar would also encourage their students. The key for them however was the fact that all SLT staff and Heads of Department could track and have visual representation of the amount of homework the school was giving on a weekly, monthly and termly basis. Further to this, they could drill down and track homework set by year group, department and even by teacher, all with the click of a button.
In April 2011, the Chauncy School decided that Show My Homework was the tool they needed to improve their homework policy. With one training session, all staff were introduced to the system and were all logged in posting homework for their students. Since then the school has posted 1117 homework questions. The SLT can monitor on a weekly basis how much homework was posted by department and can take relevant actions when homework levels drop off. Their students can see exactly what their homework is and when it is due in and the school is also able to engage with parents and unite to help students raise attainment.
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Tools | Quiz Creation, Ready-made Quizzes
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Part search engine, part quiz builder, this free classroom tool created by Satchel will save you plenty of time and make your lessons fun and engaging. Sign up today!
Infographics | Student Wellbeing, Wellbeing
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Guides | Behaviour Management
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Guides | Assessment
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Guides | CPD
The Networking Guide for Teachers
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Guides | Social and Emotional Learning
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Guides | Parental Engagement
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Guides | Behaviour, Classroom Management
Tackling Behaviour Management
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Guides | Ofsted, Parental Engagement
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Infographics | Distance Learning
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Guides | Ofsted, School Improvement
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Posters | Classroom Management
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Posters | Student Wellbeing
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Guides | Learning Gaps, Attainment
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Posters | Wellbeing
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Webinars | Learning Gaps, Attainment
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Guides | Technology
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Toolkits | Distance Learning
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Help Sheets | Pedagogy, Technology
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Help Sheets | School Closures, Distance Learning
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Checklists | School Reopenings
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Posters | School Reopenings
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Guides | Back to School, School Reopenings
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Posters | School Reopenings, Health & Safety
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Checklists | School Reopenings, Attendance
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Checklists | School Reopenings, Behaviour
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Checklists | Distance Learning
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Templates | Behaviour, Classroom Management
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Posters | Wellbeing, School Reopenings
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Templates | School Reopenings
Teacher Return to Work Form
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Guides | School Reopenings
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Online Safety Policy Checklist
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Templates | School Management, Health & Safety
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Templates | Distance Learning
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Homework Policy Checklist
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Checklists | School Management, Attendance
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Help Sheets | SEND
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Templates | Data, School Management
Data Collection Audit Template
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Toolkits | Wellbeing
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Checklists | Behaviour, School Management
School Behaviour Policy Checklist
Created inline with DfE guidelines, this checklist outlines the key areas your school's behaviour policy should cover to ensure good student behaviour.
Guides | Wellbeing
Guidance on Teaching Wellbeing and Mental Health
Guidance for educators teaching PSHE lessons which cover topics like student mental health and wellbeing, and how to create a safe teaching environment.
Templates | School Improvement
Lesson Observation Form
Easy to follow lesson observation form that outlines the key criteria teachers should either be looking for or exhibiting during observations.
Checklists | Wellbeing
Writing a Wellbeing Policy
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Webinars | Classroom Management
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Guides | School Improvement
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Videos | Wellbeing, School Improvement
Jon Tait: Wellbeing at the Heart of School Leadership
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Teacher Wellbeing and School Improvement
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Posters | Leadership, School Improvement
Traits of Effective School Leadership
Remind yourself what it means to be a great leader with this poster, refer to it yourself or share with colleagues who are progressing in their career.
Guides | Homework
Research into the Importance of Homework
Remind yourself of the importance of homework with this academic essay which explores why homework is so important to our students.
Improving Teacher Wellbeing
Guidance for educators on how to improve teacher wellbeing through the practice of mindfulness and the fostering a positive school culture.
Guides | Online Safety, Technology
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Better understand the current state of digital literacy in the UK and the skills they need that will prepare them for life in digital Britain.
Posters | Wellbeing, School Management
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Make your students aware of their actions with this poster that distinguishes the fine line between banter and bullying.
Understanding What Makes a Good Piece of Homework
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Templates | Revision
Daily Revision Planner for Students
Prepare yourself for exams with our print out daily revision planner, we break down the day into manageable chunks and feel confident on the day.
Monthly Revision Planner for Students
Avoid cramming and start revision early with our print-out monthly revision planner. set your goals, add notes, and feel confident on the day.
Posters | Online Safety, Technology
Be Digitally Aware
Remind your students of the risks the internet poses to help them remain digitally aware and stay safe online with this poster.
Guides | Data, School Management
GDPR Overview for School Staff
Familiarise yourself with GDPR with this guide. Understand what it is, how it affects you and the types of questions you should be asking suppliers.
Providing Efficient and Effective Feedback
Find out how to provide your students with efficient and effective feedback on their work whilst discovering what are in fact, marking myths.
Encouraging Girls into STEM Subjects
Help to close the gender gap in technology by encouraging girls to pursue STEM subjects at school with these easy to implement ideas.
Deep Dive: Differentiated Homework
Deep dive into the world of differentiated homework, get to grips with what it is, its purpose, benefits and how to apply it in your classroom.
Guides | Homework, Technology
Deep Dive: Flipped Learning
Discover the world of flipped learning with this guide, the history, how to adopt it in your classroom and the pros and cons.
Guides | Revision
Helping Your Students Get Exam Ready
Help in alleviating some of the pressures students face when it comes to exams by getting them exam ready with these easy to action revision strategies.
Infographics | Homework
The Wider Purpose of Homework
Referring to Epstein & Van Voorhis' theory, we explore the wider purpose of homework outside of just raising students attainment.
Guides | School Management, Technology
Creating a Mobile Phone Policy
Learn more about the importance of having a mobile phone policy in school as we discuss low, medium and high level options for mobile phone policies.
5 Homework Success Metrics for Teachers
Remember that the success of the homework you set shouldn't rely just on grades; there are 5 metrics that help to tell you if your homework was a success.
Understanding Attainment 8 and Progress 8
Get an in depth understand of the new grading systems for students and schools, Attainment 8 and Progress 8, with this comprehensive guide.
Lesson Plan Template for Teachers
Always plan the perfect lesson, with this easy to follow lesson plan template which outlines the key criteria that every outstanding lesson should have.
Templates | Assessment
Whole Class Feedback Sheet for Teachers
Ensure you're providing your students with valuable feedback with this easy to follow, whole-class feedback sheet template.
Checklists | Data, School Management
GDPR Compliance Checklist
Ensure your suppliers are GDPR compliant by ensuring they're able to successfully answer the questions on this checklist.
Templates | Technology
Internet Access at Home Survey
Created for schools purchasing Show My Homework, reference this survey if ever you're purchasing a software that relies on at home internet access.
Templates | Homework
Parent Homework Satisfaction Survey
Bridge the gap between home and school and find out how satisfied parents are with your current homework policy with this survey.
Guides | Classroom Management
The Impact of Effective Classroom Management
Understand how impactful good classroom management is with this guide, and strategies you can apply to your very own classroom.
Guides | School Management
Marketing Your Next PTA Fundraiser
Advice for the PTA on how to market their next fundraising event to ensure they raise as much money as possible.
Infographics | CPD
The Do's and Don'ts of Communication
Regardless of your job title, there are some fundamental rules you should remember when communicating - this infographic serves as a reminder for this.
Webinars | Homework
3 Steps to Successful Homework
Setting outstanding homework doesn't need to be hard work, we've outlined the 2 simple steps you need to follow for successful homework in this webinar.
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