Educational content provider, EducationCity.com, will be offering free access to its online educational activities and tools to teachers and pupils over the summer holidays.
Research has shown that during holiday periods children can lose key academic skills and knowledge, especially during the prolonged summer period. With studies indicating that as many as one in three children can fall behind as a result of a seven-week break away from the classroom, EducationCity.com has announced that it will be providing free access to its Homework module in order to keep pupils’ minds active academically over the summer.
EducationCity.com can be accessed by pupils at home, providing them with engaging online
educational activities and tools in a safe online environment outside the classroom
EducationCity.com, which is suitable for children aged 3 – 12 years old, can be accessed by pupils at home to enable further learning anywhere at any time in a safe online environment. The Homework module provides pupils with access to learning materials during the holidays, and tracks their learning progress outside of the classroom so that teachers can see what has been achieved. Additionally, accessing EducationCity.com from home can help to get parents engaged with their children’s learning.
For teachers, EducationCity.com is designed to be flexible, enabling them to allow pupils the freedom to explore the resource and choose which activities to work through at their own pace, or set challenges or a specific path to follow.
EducationCity.com is currently in use in over 15,500 schools and aims to transform teaching and learning with its award-winning activities and innovative tracking and testing features. For more information, click here.
To celebrate the addition of Primary Britannica to EducationCity.com, the interactive learning materials specialist is offering one lucky class the chance to win an exciting trip to the Science Museum in London! To find out more, click here.
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