Sparx, the socially focused education technology company has announced that its award-winning approach to learning – Sparx Maths – is now available to support GCSE students.
Sparx has spent the last eight years reimagining the way maths is taught, resulting in the successful implementation of Sparx Maths for Years 7-9 in schools across the UK. With the introduction of Sparx Maths for GCSE, students will now benefit from personalised learning technologies throughout their maths journey in secondary school.
In total, over 31,500 questions and 7,500 videos have been subject to rigorous peer review and in-school testing to ensure the very highest quality content is continually delivered for both KS3 and GCSE. This is aligned to curriculum boards including OCR, Edexcel and AQA as well as a variety of schemes of learning developed in conjunction with Sparx’ partner schools.
Speaking about the extension of Sparx Maths to GCSE, Dan Sandhu, CEO of Sparx said:
“Our long-term collaboration and development work with schools has meant we are in a fantastic position to expand Sparx Maths to GCSE, knowing that the methods, technology and content we deliver is tried and tested, and welcomed by teachers and students alike.
“Using insights and data gathered by our Educational Research Team and based on our experience of eight years in research and development, our team has devised an amazing suite of GCSE content. This will support students of all abilities to surpass expectations, reach their full potential, and enable teachers to dedicate more valuable time to teaching and less time on admin and planning.”