Tame Valley Academy, a one-form entry school in Birmingham, have been using now>press>play to support their curriculum delivery since 2015. The school encourages and inspires all children to develop their full potential in a stimulating and caring environment. We asked…
now>press>play has inspired children of all ages through its engaging and imaginative format. The experiences anchor themselves to key areas of the National Curriculum and provide an exciting stimulus for basic skill development.
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.
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.
We trialled our Relative Clauses experience series at Gloucester Primary School. We were thrilled to see a 17% improvement in the children’s marks.