SAM Learning

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SAM Learning is the only online learning platform used by British schools worldwide, providing students access to thousands of learning activities across all major GCSE and KS3 subjects. Engineered by A.I, SAM Learning now suggests Weekly Challenges and adaptive activities for students, which is important as we are independently proven to make students achieve two GCSE grades better with 30 minutes activity a week, by both the FFT and EEF, unique in our market.

Our device friendly site  allows student access on any device with internet access and is engineered to identify and fill individual students’ learning gaps, extend them automatically and guide students in their Ebacc revision, dramatically reducing teacher workload. Along with an engaging gamified interface, a leaderboard creates competition and adds excitement for students with the ability to customise their avatars and download achievement certificates. The platform has a detailed reporting suite that provides teachers and school leaders with real time insight into whole-school, discrete group, class, intervention group and individual learner achievement.

Our automated ‘Question Level Analysis’, for every piece of work completed by a student, enables teachers to identify knowledge gaps easily and without any work from them, providing schools with data-driven targeted intervention and work free adaptive teaching tools. In addition to our 24/7 online support articles and CPD videos, we provide every school with their very own dedicated School Success Manager, all educational Senior Leaders,  for departmental training sessions and unlimited strategic advice.

Contact: Stephanie King

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0845 130 4160 (phone)

02070250616 (direct)

07841023855 (mobile)

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