Subscribing schools achieve stellar results

21st September 2017

In a year of significant change for secondary education, we are delighted that GCSEPod once again proved to be a vital tool for thousands of students up and down the country. And, as the new term started, teachers from Suffolk to Southampton were keen to share their schools’ good news stories with us. Here’s just […]

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New Lead Video

14th September 2017

Welcome to GCSEPod. The GCSEPod Lead is a hugely valuable role ensuring your school gets the most from its investment. Watch our video above to see what it entails.

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Feature List – How GCSEPod can work for you!

13th September 2017

Our login system is designed to get your students into GCSEPod as easily as possible. There’s no ‘school IDs’ to remember, no complicated logins – just a username and password that the users choose. With MIS integration and automatic student registration, the impact on your admin and IT teams is practically zero, leaving you to […]

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GCSEPod Declutters the Working Lives of Teachers

13th September 2017

Hundreds of thousands of teenagers now have access to GCSEPod in schools around the UK and in International schools around the world. With one in every four UK secondary schools signed up to the online study tool, teachers around the country are finding new and innovative ways to use GCSEPod within the classroom, as an […]

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Help students retain more of what you teach

12th September 2017

Make sure what you teach your students actually stays in their minds.  These handy flyers show you how students can maximise their memory and ensure information is retained for longer. The first shows students how to review work over a monthly period to ensure they have really taken in what they need. The second shows […]

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Experimenting with digital learning tools: trying something different for the new school year

8th September 2017

The idea of trying to introduce new and innovative ideas and technologies into the classroom may sound like an appealing one. But how can teachers ensure that change equates to progress rather than a step in the wrong direction. At GCSEPod we are regularly asked about how integrating our learning resources into the classroom can […]

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