Helikon School - Case Study
“It is very useful that the key features of Kinderpedia are available in the mobile app. This way, teachers have the entire planning of their class at hand - they take attendance, correct homework, give feedback or send quick messages with no effort.. When needed, they can schedule a video conference with one click. With in app notifications, parents find out in real time about the children's activity. Our beautiful relationship with families is built on honest communication, and personalized interactions. Because we already have a trusting foundation, whenever we meet, we only talk about what matters: how to support each child, depending on his needs. Kinderpedia has helped us create our school’s ethos. This is where teachers, students and parents meet and we have the chance to look back, reflect on our experiences and learn. Being a school principal used to mean being isolated in a dusty office, buried between dozens of files and papers. Today we have everything related to the management of our school, one click away. With the help of technology, we created simple and intuitive working procedures. With Kinderpedia, we achieved an efficient management of classes, of staff and a close relationship with families, something that schools did not have traditionally. We have everything in one place, on Kinderpedia, and that gives us confidence.” stated Oana Moraru, Founder and Manager, Helikon School Helikon School is a community of over 200 students, supported by 35 teachers and administrative staff. We set out to bring a model of progressive pedagogy, with innovative technologies, both for children and for teachers and families. “I recommend Kinderpedia dearly, for the way it simplifies our work and enriches our interactions in the Helikon community. I recommend it because it is connected to the needs of a modern school and because it is constantly growing and innovating. I believe in the mission of Kinderpedia, to transform education with the help of technology and to bring parents closer to their children's school activity.” stated the Helikon School leader, Oana Moraru.