Welcome to the CEE Shop Guide!
With over 3,500 items available, placing your first order can be a daunting task! That's why we've created this short, helpful guide to answer some of the most common questions we've encountered over the years.
If you can't find the answer here, please do feel free to use the web chat facility or email email@example.com, and we'll be happy to help you. We may even add your question to this guide!
When you purchase PACEs, you should always buy the accompanying Score Keys. This is an intrinsic part of the ACE programme which teaches students to be able to improve their own standards. For levels 1-3, there is one Score Key per PACE. From level 4 onwards, each Score Key covers three PACEs. For example, the answers to PACEs 40, 41, and 42 are contained within Score Keys 40-42.
Also note that for Maths levels 7 and 8, CEE has produced Supervisor Solution Keys, in order for parents and supervisors to be able to answer any questions students may have during these levels. These will need to be purchased in addition to the Score Keys.
An important part of the ACE programme is record keeping, both in terms of future projection through goal setting, and historical review through a progress card. To keep things simple, you can purchase separate packs for record keeping in the menu above (Members > TEACH > Resources). Depending on the level your child is working at, you can purchase forms for levels 1-5, or 6-12. (Note that if you have children in both sets, you may not need to order two sets of stars & stickers!)
Three essential forms:
- Goal Card (where the student sets and monitors their daily goals)
- Progress Chart (stuck up at the student's desk so that they can see their termly and yearly progress)
- Supervisor's Progress Card (SPC) (used by the parent/supervisor to monitor test dates and scores in each subject)
If you're starting on the Preschool or Learning to Read programme, congratulations! It's a proven system which has blessed many parents and children alike over the years. However, we are aware that receiving two or four heavy manuals in the post can be a bit daunting! For this reason we are working on improving our support for parents using the Early Years programme. In the meantime, if you would like some additional support, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your account number and a time that is convenient for an Early Years expert to give you a call and answer any questions you may have.