We are pleased to announce that three schools using 3P Learning resources have been featured in the Top 10 of the recent Parent Power English Primary Schools league table, as published in The Sunday Times.
The list, released by The Sunday Times on 15 November 2015, is based on KS2 SATs results from 2014, taking into account student attainment across the disciplines of mathematics and English, including grammar, punctuation and spelling.
Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys Prep School (ranked 2nd) and Meanwood C of E Primary School (ranked 5th) both use Mathletics to support student learning, with 245 Meanwood pupils completing a staggering total of 22,259 Mathletics activities throughout the 2014/15 school year. As the second-highest state school in the list, 96% of Meanwood School students received SATs scores of Mathematics Level 5 or above, with a remarkable 88% Haberdashers’ Aske’s School students achieving a higher Level 6 in Mathematics.
James Allen’s Girls Prep School completes the list of Top 10 Schools using 3P Learning resources (ranked 8th), with both Mathletics and Spellodrome included in its learning provision. Throughout the 2014/15 academic year, 193 pupils completed 4737 live games using Mathletics to enhance fluency skills.
We are delighted at 3P Learning to celebrate the success of these partner schools as they showcase the very real benefits of our valuable learning resources for students, teachers and parents, as now recognised by the Sunday Times.