Winners at the 2013 ERA Adards!
Winners of the "Best Special Education Resource or Equipment
- involving ICT"
judges, an independent panel of 28 experienced educational professionals,
most of whom are classroom teachers, felt that the software
range was a perfect introduction to the wonderful works of Shakespeare.
They recognised the quality of the stories which are told using
the first 100 high frequency words. The four ability levels
ensure all children are included in the learning activities.
Adele Devine, managing director, SEN Assist commented: “SEN
Assist is thrilled to have won this prestigious award for two consecutive
years. We are extremely proud of our Early Shakespeare software, which
was created with love and attention to detail. The voice talents of
professional actors bring Shakespeare’s words to life creating
a product, which will enable ALL children to experience and learn
to love the words. We thank the ERA judges for choosing Early Shakespeare.”
Caroline Wright, director, BESA comments: “What makes these
Awards different is that they focus on the resources, services and
the people that really make an impact on learning and the day-to-day
work of the teachers in the classroom.
“We would like to congratulate SEN Assist for the quality and
success of Early Shakespeare.”
were announced at a gala event at The National Motorcycle Museum
(Birmingham), on the second evening of The Education Show 2013:
Friday 15 March 2013.