CBiS Education is the market leader in Integrated Engagement Learning.

Integrated Engagement Learning is the integration of high engagement education kits, supported by a cloud based resource portal filled with curriculum resources & tools and demonstrated via continuing professional development workshops
High Engagement Education Kits
Our High Engagement 'Open and get on with it' education kits work straight out of the box to save lesson time, are great real world examples and are teacher and geek friendly for students of all ages and aptitudes.
Cloud based resource portal
Accompanying our education kits, we provide an online resource portal, jam packed with content and resources, such as lesson ideas, worksheets, handouts & videos, which can be accessed at any time.
Rich Media 24/7
Our portal can be accessed by any device with a web browser 24 hours a day 7 days a week and is continually being updated.
Drag & Drop SOW Designer
Lots of resources matching equipment & curriculum which can be used to create a Scheme of Work with our drag & drop designer
Online Staff CPD
The online portal is accessible by all staff in your school with one annual license that comes with your first purchase of kits. Add the staff accounts and task them with online CPD which awards digital badges when complete
Impact & Assessment
Add your students to the system and assign them modules of work or let them use the system from home. Gather & report impact & assessment data
Continuing Professional Development Workshops
Continuing professional development (CPD) is accepted as an integral part of teacher education because continuing to learn and train, assures a high level of expertise and enables teachers to keep their professional skills and knowledge up-to-date.
A survey of 500 teachers by the Telegraph in November highlighted that Classroom technology was ‘rarely used’ by half of teachers, indicating that the cause was down to being unsure how to integrate the technology into the curriculum.

With technology in English schools costing an estimated £623 million in 2015 alone, this highlights a potential £11k per school that could have been used more effectively.

“It made us think about problem solving and how we were going to get the robotic arm to do what we wanted. We enjoyed using Scratch.”
Gabi and Rebecca, Year 5 & 6 students, Green Lane Primary, Garforth

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