At Good2Learn we know how important it is to teach within the guidelines of the National Curriculum Framework. However, we also know that no two children are the same and every child learns at their unique pace.
So, how do we address this?
1. We produce our lessons by tightly moulding them to the curriculum guidelines.
2. We take away year group barriers so they can progress based on what they actually know.
So what does this really mean?
Put simply, our learning platform is NOT age dependant but more importantly it is knowledge dependant. Therefore, if children have the ability, and the potential, then their progress can be accelerated rather than being capped by the limitations of working within a particular year group.
It also means that if children haven’t been able to keep up with the pace of the curriculum then there’s no feeling of peer pressure or embarrassment. This is especially the case when they’re revisiting lessons previously taught to plug the gaps that are be holding them back.
To ensure children have every opportunity of reaching their full potential Good2Learn have produced, initially, 30 ‘Impact’ lessons and interactive exercises in maths and English. The range is mainly focused on Key Stage 2 learning with some overlap into Key Stage 3.
Children only need to watch a lesson and complete an exercise once per week to experience a positive benefit and give them the boost needed to keep on top of school learning. We recommend continual practice with the interactive exercise until they’ve reached ‘Gold’ status, which means they’re operating at a level scoring in excess of 90%.
It’s always important to periodically go back to topics learnt in previous years to ensure their understanding is maintained at a high level.
Contact us at hello@good2learn if you’d like more information on helping your child reach their full learning potential with Good2Learn.