How to challenge more able learners with GCSEPod

25th July 2017

Students learn at different speeds and apply themselves in different ways. In particular, the way that students behave during independent learning periods can vary massively across a school. GCSEPod is designed to drive student progress and empower learners to engage with subject matter at their own pace. For low-on-confidence learners and those who are slower […]

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How GCSEPod helps to close the gender gap

20th July 2017

When it comes to studying, there’s a clear and widening gender gap in education – and it’s a global issue. According to an article published in the economist, this is down to 3 clear reasons:  Girls read more  Girls spend longer doing homework  Boys are “too cool for school” However, the introduction of GCSEPod has […]

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Free Welsh Pod

12th July 2017

To celebrate Innovate My School’s languages week we are giving away one of our most popular Welsh Pods absolutely free. We’re one of the only publishers to create digital content for Welsh, alongside French, German and Spanish. Ask us about our plans for brand new content for Spanish, ready by September! To watch the free […]

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GCSEPod is for the year, not just for cramming!

12th July 2017

When GCSEPod was first launched back in 2011 it was adopted almost entirely as a GCSE revision tool to be used in the weeks immediately before examinations. Today, however, GCSEPod has become an integral part of many schools’ GCSE schemes of learning. With greater functionality than ever before, our platform is the ideal companion for […]

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Optimising GCSE revision resources: 3–5 minutes of quality, concise content

3rd July 2017

Here’s why short bursts of audio-visual learning are perfect for plugging knowledge gaps. With so many exams squeezed into a narrow window between May and June, the modern GCSE student must be organised if he or she wants to leave enough time to revise for each subject. To handle such tight time restrictions, pupils need […]

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