3P Learning launches IntoScience interactive digital resource and showcases multi-award-winning Mathletics, now proven to improve learner attainment

Award-winning, global leader in online education 3P Learning is on stand C80 showcasing its unrivalled range of innovative digital learning resources for maths, literacy and science for pupils aged from 4-16 (Reception - KS4) all designed to make learning fun and engaging and recently proven to improve educational outcomes.

Newly launched IntoScience brings the theory of science to life, in a way no book or other resource ever has, through an immersive and highly engaging interactive 3D environment, where pupils aged 12-16 (KS3-4) can discover, learn, play and recall scientific knowledge.

Covering all fields of science, the resource is particularly strong on pupil engagement and enquiry-based learning – allowing children to enter a 3D HD world packed with virtual experiments and deep contextual examples where they can expand their learning through inquiry, knowledge, application and reasoning. All topics and activities are linked to the National Curriculum objectives.

Also featured on the stand will be 3P Learning’s multi-award-winning Mathletics, a curriculum-mapped,  digital resource for maths, designed for pupils aged from 5-16 (KS1-4) which uses a ‘gaming-style’ challenge and reward system developed  to make learning fun. A recent University of Oxford study into the use of Mathletics and its relationship to achievement at Key Stage 2 in England has found that in schools where, on average, pupils completed at least three curriculum activities per week – that’s just 20 minutes work – had a significantly larger proportion of pupils who made at least two levels of progress in maths.  3P Learning’s team on the stand will be delighted to explain more about the significant advantage Mathletics offers.

For literacy leaders and teachers, there will be a chance to explore Reading Eggs and Reading Eggspress - linked digital resources which help children aged 4-11 (KS1-2) learn to read and develop a love of reading using a host of fun activities and challenges, a library of 2,000 eBooks and a range of motivational games.

Also showcased will be Spellodrome - another established and award-winning, curriculum-mapped digital resource designed to develop spelling, grammar, writing and communication skills in pupils aged 7-14 (KS2-3) with a ‘gaming-style’ challenge and reward system to instil a sense of achievement and a love of learning.

Currently over 5,000 UK schools use digital resources from 3P Learning – come along and find out why!

For further information on 3P Learning please visit www.3plearning.com/uk


About 3P Learning

3P Learning is a multi-award winning, global leader in digital curriculum resources, offering an unrivalled range of innovative digital learning resources for maths, literacy and science for pupils aged from 4-16 (R- KS4), all designed to make learning fun and engaging and to improve educational outcomes. Its digital resources Mathletics, Spellodrome, Reading Eggs and IntoScience are aligned with over a dozen curricula and used by 4.8 million students in over 18,000 schools around the world. Based on a system of reward and competition, every resource has been designed by educators and educational technologists in partnership with schools and families, to be targeted and effective. The company’s mission is to ensure learning is fun, with independent learning encouraged and celebrated, in a bid to reduce teacher workloads. In England, Mathletics and Spellodrome are fully aligned with the new National Curriculum and Reading Eggs and IntoScience are aligned with current National Curriculum objectives. The company was established in Australia in 2004, with the UK operation founded in 2006. The company now operates in 202 countries and territories, with 236 employees at its Sydney headquarters, its research and development labs in India and sales and marketing operations in New Zealand, Hong Kong, the United Arab Emirates, Canada, South Africa, Pakistan, the United States and UK.

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