As part of this year's World Education Games, a new video competition was launched with participating schools encouraged to film and produce a short video to promote either the World Education Games or the accompanying UNICEF School-in-a-Box project. We received a huge number of entries and the WEG team have had a great time (as
Revolutionary. That’s how teachers have been describing the assessment tools within Mathletics. From today, the range of Mathletics Assessments has increased to include four new assessments to support GCSE preparation. Powerful curriculum assessments, designed by our maths experts with concepts aligned to the national curricula across the UK – hugely useful for benchmarking. Easily assigned to students,
The entire global team at 3P Learning is excited to announce that we have been shortlisted in a record SIX categories at the prestigious BETT Awards in London. The BETT Awards are a celebration of the creativity and innovation that can be found throughout technology for education. Winners are seen to have excelled in
The team at Mathletics are creating a series of brand new videos, showcasing how mathematics impacts our everyday lives. We're calling them Real World Mathletics. Mathematics has always been used to describe our world. Almost like a language, it helps us talk about quantity when we count things, or measurement when we talk about length,
Hot on the heels of our latest update, we are pleased to announce that a brand new release of IntoScience (version 1.7) is now live! We've been working hard with our users to identify how to make the product easier to learn, navigate and use. We've been focused strongly on the experience of helping a teacher to “learn it in
3P Learning has been highlighted by CIO Review as one of the 50 Most Promising Edtech Solution Providers of 2015. CIO Review, a print publication based in Silicon Valley, California, has chosen 3P Learning for its 50 Most Promising Edtech Solution Providers. The positioning is based on an evaluation of 3P's offerings for the Education Technology landscape; including Mathletics, Spellodrome
Sometimes a gold star just isn’t enough… The Spellodrome team have produced a range of FREE printable resources for teachers to accompany the online program – perfect for adding extra spice to a classroom lesson, saving time, or for engaging and rewarding students. The resources include a range of custom student award certificates, alphabet wall charts,
The Mathletics education team are continuously monitoring and upgrading your resource to provide more content and an even better experience. Our curriculum experts around the world work continually to build new activities to meet the specific objectives, outcomes, requirements and standards within our range of nationally and locally aligned Mathletics courses. Today, we have released
Our global army of student ambassadors from the World Education Games continue to stay in touch with the news from their countries along with their thoughts about the event and 3P Learning's learning resources. One such student is Anna from Moscow. She recently wrote an open letter to all students around the world about Mathletics, the
Hi everyone, I'm Amy the ambassador from Scotland part of the UK team. I hope everyone has enjoyed the World Education Games 2015 and is proud of what they, their school and their country has achieved. It's been great to hear how everyone has been taking part. I have really enjoyed WEG this year and are
We're been loving hearing the many stories from right around the world during these 2015 World Education Games. It's been great to hear about all the classrooms and students of all ages participating right around the world. One such story we've heard about comes from a school in Bradford on Avon, in the UK.
Hello everybody, We have had a great day at Terrington Hall School on Tuesday! I made a speech in assembly and sent a letter home last week inviting everyone to come dressed up as a famous literary figure, mathematician or scientist for the opening day, and most of us did, including lots of teachers! What
Alexander Y, World Education Games student ambassador in the UK, recently wrote to his local Member of Parliament - Zac Goldsmith - about his role in the event. He was pleased to receive a reply, along with Mr Goldsmith's support for the Games. Well done, Alexander!
Hi, my name is Amy McConnachie. I’m proud to be an ambassador for the World Education Games, especially its link with UNICEF. Its great that as children we have the opportunity to learn and have fun competing with each other while at the same time helping other children across the world. When I was first asked to get
Hello my name is Hui Qing. When I first heard about the about the World Education Games I wasn’t all that sure, but when I found out more and what the purpose was, I was excited to become an ambassador. My job is to encourage all you lovely people to participate in this year's game.