Resources that will change the way a particular subject is taught and/or boost students’ progress in that subject
Resources and services aimed at helping teachers check students’ understanding, improve feedback, track progress and drive school improvement
Physical and electronic resources designed to support students with additional needs and make schools more inclusive
Training materials, software, books and other resources intended to enhance teachers’ professional development
Data management systems and communication tools (both internal and for contacting parents) that enable schools to stay organised and responsive
Hardware, software, activity kits and online services that seek to support students' learning of science, technology, engineering and maths
RSE teaching materials, safeguarding solutions, guidebooks and other resources that can supplement a school's provision of mental health and wellbeing support
Is the resource something that schools and teachers will actually want? To what extent does it offer its intended users features and benefits not available elsewhere?
Does the resource deliver on what it sets out to do? How likely is it to deliver tangible improvements in practice and outcomes?
How easy will it be for schools to incorporate the resource within their existing curriculum or whole school framework? How straightforward will it be for teachers to start using it?
To what degree does the resource take account of schools’ differing needs? Can schools adjust how it’s used or implemented in a way that’s appropriate to their specific circumstances?
Can investment in the resource ultimately be justified? Is it competitively priced, compared to rival offerings?