Impact

Over the past five years we’ve worked with over 40,000 children across the UK. We did a survey of 82 teachers from across these schools to find out how now>press>play worked for them…

If you have a question and want to hear the answer direct from a teacher, get in touch with one of our Ambassador Schools. Or have a read of one of our Case Studies below:

Evaluation Report

In Autumn 2015 – 2016 now>press>play ran an extensive evaluation study to better understand how our resource benefits the  children, teachers and schools who use now>press>play across the UK. Read more: now>press>play Evaluation Report

We are currently working with the National Literacy Trust to evaluate our impact and we look forward to sharing the study at the end of the academic year.

Case Studies

Thorpedene Primary School, Southend

Stephanie Champney is Deputy Headteacher at Thorpedene Primary School, a three-form entry school in Southend. Stephanie explains how they have used now>press>play to raise literacy and engage students.

Read more: Thorpedene Case Study

 

Chisenhale Primary School, Tower Hamlets

Inpp5n 2013-14, we piloted our Subscription service at Chisenhale. Read on to discover how now>press>play has helped their lower ability groups in Maths and Literacy.

Read more: Chisenhale Case Study

 

Robert Blair Primary School, Islington

Robert Blair have been using now>press>play as part of their curriculum delivery since 2013.  So we interviewed them to find out what they like about it and how it’s impacted their school.

Read more: Robert Blair Case Study

 

Gloucester Primary School, Southwark

Literacy with now>press>playDuring the summer term, we trialled our Relative Clauses Series at Gloucester Primary School. We were thrilled to see a 17% improvement in the children’s marks.

Read more: Literacy Case Study

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“It was an hour the children will never forget; an hour which brought to life for them the topic work, in a way which quite frankly I could never have achieved, in such a direct and engaging manner.”
Lorenzo McLellan, Y6 Teacher, West Drayton Primary School