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Engage case study

North London
Collegiate School
Jeju, South Korea
About the school
North London Collegiate School,
Jeju is an independent day and
boarding school for girls and boys
aged between 4 and 18. Founded in
2011, NLCS exists to give students
an exceptional platform for life after
MIS Manager
Graeme Stevens


CLS are currently adapting their
use of Engage, to use the system
more effectively. There are several
projects running simultaneously to
develop it in a host of different ways
including the use of the activities
module, critical reflection, reflective
comments from students and
integration to third party software.
“At NLCS, Engage is used extensively
for reporting, performance
evaluation and tracking. There’s a
lot of bespoke reporting that we do,
some of it’s done in-house by, some
of it is through reports with Double
First, but we do tend to extend it and
use a lot of data reporting. We also
make extensive use of additional
information fields to tailor things like
admissions processes.
“Engage is a flexible system that can
be tailored to the needs of any
curriculum. For example, with IB, it’s
editing your curriculum structure to
make room for the higher and
standard level classes that can be
taught together as well as separately.
Engage allows you to conduct
reflective commentary with students,
whether it be progress based or
evaluation of units. The activities
module is used for managing CAS
(creativity, action and service) units as
well, so it’s perfectly customisable to
meet the needs of an IB school.
“One of the key things that I’ve always
found about Double First is when a
system doesn’t necessarily do
something that you would want it
to or there’s something you want to
change then people are open to
developments. It’s an evolving system,
it evolves according to the needs and
wants of the customer base, which
is what you want with any product

“I find that having a
geographic support base, which
in our case is Singapore, is very
useful because when issues
come up there’s always
someone to help and assist. The
biggest thing about Double First
as a company is the willingness
to listen and develop the
product according to what
schools need, so whether it’s
through share ideas or at the
user group or making contact
with Holly and the team - it does
get done. I’d have to say, I’ve
worked with other MIS systems
and not all companies do this so,
so Double First are
somewhat unique in the
flexibility they have with the
client to being willing to develop
it in their product.
“No matter who’s looking to get
Engage, no matter where they
are, our door is open as a school
if anyone wants to get a feel for
it, have a trial run or even wants
to visit as part of their due
diligence. Our door is always
open to anybody who wants to
know more.”

t +44 (0)1935 40 30 20

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