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The market-leading Learning Platform provider, UniServity, announced the imminent release of an exciting new product for Parents which will transform how they access, engage and support their child's learning process. A dynamic online 'window' into student's attendance, attainment, behaviour and progression at school provides parents and carers with access to actively engage with their child's learning and create a dialogue with teachers, other parents and the whole school community. UniServity's Parental Engagement and Reporting Product will empower parents by dynamically engaging them in their child's progression at school, whilst creating new opportunities to communicate with teachers, other parents and the whole school learning community beyond the traditional constraints of the school day. A personalised and familiar 'social networking' style experience will provide parents with safe, anytime anyplace access to valuable information about their child including attendance, attainment, behaviour and progression data. Parents will benefit from being able to take a more proactive role in supporting their child's learning, and will have the ability to easily access and comment on examples of their child's school work and 'ePortfolio' learning journal.

Schools will benefit from a comprehensive suite of fully customisable tools and features to support teaching, streamlined reporting and administration, with the ability to create an online dialogue with parents and other key stakeholders. The Parent Product is fully integrated with the UniServity cLc (connected Learning communities) Learning Platform to further provide schools with a comprehensive 21st Century Teaching and Learning toolkit. Wirral Local Authority (LA) has become the first Local Authority to announce they will be providing the Parent Product for their schools. The Parent Product will be available from October 2009, with a premium version scheduled for launch at the BETT Show in London (UniServity Stand E125) in January 2010.

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