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Mr Richard Denny - Science Curriculum Leader, Addey & Stanhope School
“Working with My GCSE Science has allowed us to completely redevelop our science curriculum. We have been able to bring a lot more compelling project learning, scientific and vocational contexts and practical work into our Year 10 and Year 11 time, secure in the knowledge that the core factual learning and exam preparation are laid out for our students in chunks of video and quizzes which appeal to them.
We set and monitor their progress via the Teacher Dashboard. The traffic light system utilises a sense of competitiveness amongst some, and allows us to pick out and tailor support for pupils who might not otherwise speak out. The website support is fantastic, so administering several hundred student accounts is a breeze.
In short, My GCSE Science covers the exam grind, and lets my team get on with the magic of being science teachers!”
Mr Philip Balmond - Head of Science Thornden School, Hampshire
“Our students and staff have been using My GCSE Science videos since they were first published. They annually play a role in our flipped learning, interleaving and retrieval practice in both our Year 10 and Year 11 schemes of work.
The students value the fact that the content that they have studied in school is summarised in short videos accompanied by relevant exam questions. These serve as useful learning checks for both students and staff.
We believe that My GCSE Science helps to support our students through the two years of GCSE to their successful completion.”