Prior to the General Election 2015, award-winning online learning and revision platform, SAM Learning, polled teachers across the UK in the first of an upcoming series of '60 Second Surveys', to develop an understanding of where they see themselves in the political landscape.
Looking at the results of the anonymous poll, entrants clearly favoured a Labour approach to the education sector, taking 50% of the vote, Conservatives falling some way behind in fourth place behind the Liberal Democrats and Green Party.
Last year, award-winning online learning and revision platform, SAM Learning, introduced a new element to the system that enables teachers to create their very own SAM Learning activities. Following its success in schools, these activities are now able to be shared with other schools all over the country, creating a digital community of customisable lesson and revision content, exclusively for SAM Learning customers!
Leading provider of e-learning resources for primary schools and BETT Award winner, EducationCity, will be showcasing its improved, new look online platform at BETT 2015 in January.
Cramlington Learning Village is a specialist science and vocational comprehensive school and sixth form college in Northumberland. The institution teaches in excess of 2000 students and has been recognised as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted for four consecutive years.
With Key Stage 2 SATs and the Phonics Screening Check Week approaching, EducationCity is being put to use to help prepare students and give them the best chance of success in their upcoming tests.