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Anyone using Provision Map Writer?- bluehills

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by minnie me, Sep 1, 2011.

  1. minnie me

    minnie me Star commenter

    Hi . We looked at this as an LA when it was first launched. It has developed since then . I had a few issues with the lack of impact criteria and the fact that there wasn't a map which was suitable to share with parents - they may have addressed this now. I read the testimonials / case studies on the web site but felt that they were weak . I have written quite a bit on Provision Mapping and would like to think I know what I would be looking for. Company reps were nice to deal with as I recall.
  2. Catan07

    Catan07 New commenter


    Thanks for replying. I think they have added a few things including the sharing with parents option. I've decided to order it as it will solve a few of our admin issues and deal with our huge mobility as it can be linked to SIMs . Will probably have to do some work on puling out what I want from it but it is a start.


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