SAM Learning October Newsletter

SAM Learning October Newsletter

In This Edition: 

  • SAM Learning Founder joins the Council of Foundation for Education Development
  • Teach Secondary Awards WINNERS
  • EdTech Impact Teachers Choice Award
  • Webinar: Exploring How and Why SAM Learning can Guarantee Learning Progression
  • Content News and New Activities
  • Core Exam Board Survey

SAM Learning Founder joins the Council of Foundation for Education Development.

‘Delighted to become a Council Member of FED – a group of policy-influencers from education, business and politics dedicated to developing a long-term vision for education in England. It’s a fantastic group of people, and I’m excited to take part.’ – David Jaffa

Teach Secondary Awards WINNERS 

Judges’ comments:

An effective online assessment and review tool that promotes independent learning and which covers all key subject areas for KS3 and 4. Teachers can easily track the tasks that pupils have completed and intervene effectively by drawing on the flexible ‘Three-wave Intervention’ framework provided.

Ed Tech Impact Teachers Choice Award

Recognised for consistently independent high review scores. SAM Learning has been awarded the ‘Teachers Choice 2020’ award.

Webinar: Exploring How and Why SAM Learning can Guarantee Learning Progression

Content News and New Activities

Exam Essentials:

  • Intensive Collections for AQA Science – the questions that always come up in the exam
  • Topic 7 for GCSE AQA Chemistry​

Revise Editable:

  • 139 activities – GCSE Spanish, KS3 French, Geography and German​

Share Rewards

  • Our rewards scheme for the new academic year has now launched. Please see here for the latest rewards available

Core Exam Board Survey

We have almost completed our Exam Essentials for AQA GCSE Science Activities.

In planning which subjects and exam boards to focus on next, we would be grateful for your information about which boards you study for the Core subjects.

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