Toisc Limited has developed three apps for the mobile environment that can be found on the App Store or the Play store depending on your phone system.  The first two are primarily for Scotland's Teachers, parents and practitioners, called Curriculum for Excellence with Benchmarks, and Curriculum for Scotland. The last app is aimed at reducing food waste and supporting the local community: Market Nosh #eatrightonight.

Curriculum for Excellence with Benchmarks
Education Scotland announced that they would release the Benchmarks in June 2017 for the Curriculum for Excellence, to Teachers and practitioners in order “to provide clarity on the national standards expected within each curriculum area at each level.” 

According to Education Scotland, 
"Their purpose is to make clear what learners need to know and be able to do to progress through the levels, and to support consistency in teachers' and other practitioners' professional judgements.”

With that in mind the "Curriculum for Excellence with Benchmarks" app has build on the Curriculum for Scotland app which was produced some years earlier to create a place for the Experiences and Outcomes alongside the current Benchmarks to be available on a mobile phone without the need of being connected to wifi.

You can follow the Facebook Page by searching for @CFEapp on Facebook to find out the latest.

You can find Curriculum for Excellence with Benchmarks on the App store (iPhone users) and Play Store (Android Users) for download.

Please Note:
This app is a development of the original Curriculum for Scotland app which can also be found below. The original app displays only the essential elements of the Curriculum for Excellence in an uncluttered way. Curriculum for Excellence with Benchmarks, builds into it the Benchmarks provided by Education Scotland. 

Curriculum for Scotland
As a qualified Secondary Teacher I felt the need to be able to access the Curriculum for Excellence when I was planning or discussing my departments' E's and O's. I couldn't always carry the huge folder around with me, nor was it appropriate to use photo copied information as it used up valuable school supplies and took up further space in my bag. So I built a simple application that would aid in storing my E's and O's for all departments, easily accessible and relevant in any meeting or group I was attending. I could even use it at parents night to show parents how E's and O's related to other departments and inter-related with my own.
The Original "Curriculum for Scotland" app doesn't rely on wifi so is great for using in a situation where you phone may need to be in airplane mode too.

You can follow the Facebook Page by searching for @CFEapp on Facebook to find out the latest.

You can find Curriculum for Scotland on the App store (iPhone users) and Play Store (Android Users).

Market Nosh

Market Nosh App
The Market Nosh App, designed to reduce food waste and improve the profile of Farmers Markets and Farm Stalls. To eat healthy we need to find fresh food and it has to be local if possible. In order to reduce carbon emissions from the long transport costs to another country and to support our local communities. Market Nosh aims to provide a place for local people to find fresh local produce where ever they are.
There is also the possibility to place your own surplus from your allotment to either donate or charge for. Lets #eatrighttonight and source local fresh produce today.

You can find Market Nosh App on the App Store (iPhone users) and Play Store (Android Users).

If you have any questions regarding these apps, please contact us.