Class Management

Making every lesson count

Class Management

Running a class is perhaps one of the most important activities of any educational establishment. With i-Nucleus you can create the classes and allocate students, whilst maintaining accurate records so that your teachers can get the technical tools they need to deliver exceptional lessons. All the records of each class are visible to students and parents throughout their own portal accounts so that they are always up-to-date with their progression.

Class record – No more forgotten homework

i-Nucleus’s robust calendar feature allows you to quickly and easily track, arrange, and organise even the wildest of schedules. With over six different calendar view combinations including daily, weekly and monthly agenda for Classes, Tutors and Rooms and colour-coded events, you can have bird’s eye view of the diary and spot potential conflicts.At the end of each class, the teacher fills in the class record with the syllabus taught and the homework assigned to the students. They can also attach teaching material which students can access online. Each student is evaluated for their performance based on customised performance indicators.

Parent notification

The safety of the students is paramount so parents will get notified when students are absent or late for their classes.

Lessons planning

With i-Nucleus’ Scheme of Work, teachers and tutors can plan their lessons and have an overview of their progression throughout the syllabus. They can spot delays or gaps and they can focus on delivering exceptional teaching, taking away the anxiety and worries of planning.

Resources planning

The Scheme of Work is designed in a way to allow teachers to attach resources to each lesson, so that students can access them online through their portal. Students are able to download the resources at any time, so no more excuses for lost handouts or expensive printings.

Class communication via email and SMS

Administrators and teachers can communicate internally via emails and mobile text messages (SMS) with the whole of the class and/or with the parents of that class, without the hassle of using external tools.