Can anybody recommend an exam-board-approved text editor for AS / A-level Classical Greek? OCR have been beyond useless so far - won't give any clues as to what they do/don't approve, only say that the assessment coordinator for the school needs to make a specific request and then they'll approve or reject it. Apart from the fact that there's no obviously 'right' software (Word is inadequate), this cycle could take a great deal of time and it's important that the pupil is using the same editor in class that he'll use in his exams in June. Perhaps he really is the first SEN pupil using a keyboard (he has neurological problems and can't grip a pen properly) to take Classical Greek. Anyone got previous examples? OCR said we should go through JCQ - which we're also trying, but as OCR are the only classics board... it seems a little round the houses. A scribe isn't viable - he also has speech difficulties. The amount of text written in Greek in the exam is fairly small, but he'd like the option to do the English->Greek questions, and I don't see why he should be excluded from demonstrating that skill. What happens for French / German exams for SEN pupils using a laptop? Any advice very gratefully received - I'd naively expected that the exam board would be a little more forthcoming!