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Edtech Impact

Information on all things Edtech. The products tab has sections for: Devices & Hardware, School Management, Pupils & Parents, Teachers & School Leaders, Subjects which take you to relevant information.

MEL Science creates chemistry kits that are designed to teach science to children in an engaging and immersive way. They’re available on a subscription basis, and, in addition to offering VR-mode studies through a mobile app, the kits come with chemical reagents and visual step-by-step instructions to demonstrate science.

Great for teaching KS2 and KS3 Literacy, PSHE, Citizenship, SMSC, Geography, R.E. and Art. Lyfta is a computer and tablet-based platform where teachers and pupils can explore immersive, human-focused documentary stories from around the world. It challenges children to think, and explore complex issues, for example, around gender, race, bias – as well as enabling children to explore real environments and ‘meet people from around the world that they may not ever experience in real life.’

By employing the science of learning, the Mindstone platforms allow experts from all walks of life to create engaging courses, built using the best pre-existing online articles, podcasts, and video – harnessing the power of digital education assets. As a result, anyone can be a teacher and everyone can access a vast range of courses, from astrophysics to zoology and everything in between.

An education platform aligned to the UNSDGs with the potential to reach over 40 million children in 5 years. Their mission is to empower children with the knowledge and skills to be the innovators, entrepreneurs and global citizens who protect the planet and ensure the wellbeing of all its inhabitants.

Night Zookeeper is a children’s brand on a mission to make learning fantastically fun and help kids unlock their creativity. The reading & writing program has helped over 1 million children aged 6-12 to develop their reading, writing, and creative thinking skills.

Wakelet is a visual content platform for educators and students. It offers a better way of doing things on the Web. It provides a means to bookmark, organise and curate content from across the web and use it to create beautiful, informative and engaging collections. It claims to be the ‘easiest way to capture and share multimedia resources with students, teachers and learning communities.’

Sparx, a socially focussed learning technology company, has spent the last 8 years reimagining the way maths is taught and learnt in schools with the aim of improving numeracy, and therefore life opportunities.

From personalised maths homework for every single student to providing teachers with real-time insights into class and student progress, Sparx Maths is acting as a catalyst for transformational change. within schools across the UK.

Under the EdShed umbrella are a range of exceptional and innovative educational products, including The Literacy Shed, Spelling Shed and Maths Shed. The Spelling Shed is a spelling platform designed by a team of Primary School teachers. It’s built with primary school students, teachers and parents in mind and aims to make spelling fun for students as well as simple for teachers to manage.


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