Bett 2017: Meet the right Kompanion for your school

School Kompanion

School Kompanion is a tailored, cloud-based MIS and VLE. We provide a personalised school management platform that connects all levels of your school ladder, from heads to SMT, from teachers to parents. We provide modules to manage your student records, staff records, attendance tracking, pastoral and behavioural tracking, assessment tracking (both summative and formative for life after levels), progress reporting, fees management, lesson document repositories, communication (be it emailing, letters, SMS, or even instant messaging with push notifications) and many other areas.

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Hi. We’re the School Kompanion, a tailored, cloud-based MIS and VLE. Fancy words, but what do we actually mean? Well, we provide a personalised school management platform that connects all levels of your school ladder, from heads to SMT, from teachers to parents. At this year’s Bett Show, you can find us at Stand F104. Please do come by and discuss great school management.

We provide modules to manage your student records, staff records, attendance tracking, pastoral and behavioural tracking, assessment tracking (both summative and formative for life after levels), progress reporting, fees management, lesson document repositories, communication (be it emailing, letters, SMS, or even instant messaging with push notifications) and many other areas. What’s more is we are truly device agnostic, so you can use your School Kompanion on a desktop, laptop, mobile.

Working with us means getting what you want rather than taking what you’re given. Getting a flexible package that lets you pick what you need when you need it, rather than getting a heap that sits idle. Getting a system that is easy to use rather than a clunky MIS that needs you to spend spend spend on training. Getting something that is cutting edge rather than an outdated MIS struggling to keep up with technology. Getting to work with a team that says “Yes” rather than “that’s not possible”. Getting personal customer service and understanding of your school and challenges, rather than a ticket interface with no soul.

Come and visit us at stand F104, and let’s have a chat about how we can help your school achieve its true potential. Visit www.schoolkompanion.com or contact [email protected] / +44 (0)20 8123 0317 for more information.

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