At a glance
- Vigorously engages and helps students in their daily learning
- Remote learning, resources and tracking all in one place
- Supports teachers with easy to understand data and integrated resources
- Supports parents with access to their child’s progress and quality home learning content
- Includes every BBC Bitesize & Oak Academy Resource
The intimate and delicate connection between teaching, learning and assessment is fluid and dynamic. They feed each other in a never-ending cycle of baton exchange with rung after rung of goals and objectives.
But how do we reliably tap into this data to help us edit, craft and fashion educational experiences? What’s the first step?
A ladder would help. In fact, Learning Ladders would certainly help you reach new heights. The software contains a plentiful and punchy package of features including a tailored algorithm, automated pupil reports, online portfolios, self-marking homework, meaningful data and analysis, parental portal and more.
What makes BETT Award winner Learning Ladders so appealing is that it can be swiftly set up to mirror any curriculum or you can opt for their off the shelf tried and tested award-winning curriculum frameworks for all core and foundation subjects.
They can also accommodate any curriculum and any subject in any language or multiple languages.
There really is very little point scratching around for resources aligned to your teaching plans when their Curriculum Lab function serves it up on a silver platter for you.
How many systems can search every BBC Bitesize and Oak Academy resource in one place? Learning Ladders can.
If you are looking for a new assessment system then I’d recommend Learning Ladders in the drop of a hat because it is set up to help you how to spot when a child needs help and what needs to be put in place with a gap analysis tool.
And there’s more. If you want granular data mined to 4km or you prefer summary end of term teacher judgements, this system will work with you. With tracking, remote learning, automated end of term reports and self-marking quizzes then it really is all here.
Lockdown learning has thrown parents in at the deep end, many are struggling to tread water and some feel like they are drowning. They are desperate to know how they can help their children and feel imprisoned and helpless when confronted by the bar method of maths.
The thing is, Learning Ladders have been throwing frazzled parents lifejackets for years with their integrated remote learning platform.
This is genuine parental engagement at its best because it is able to up-skill parents at scale and on demand through help articles packed with insights into strategies used to support learning by linking work to explanations on how to help.
This hugely impressive pupil-centred resource fizzes like champagne because it gets home and school singing from the same song sheet.
It’s a multi-step solution that makes multi-tasking easy and creates the optimum conditions for quick wins, successful learning and connecting home and school so that parents aren’t just supervising or sinking.
Learning Ladders makes a very strong case for why you should make it your go-to first choice digital EdTech platform for integrated education provision. It is full of
vital tools and with everything in one place.
Cost: £10 per student per year for everything.
- Inclusive, ingenious and resilient
- Removes a school’s common ‘pain points’
- No expensive setup
- Fully flexible, reactive and laser-sharp that supports, informs and enables
- Filled with the data detail needed to move molehills, mounds and mountains
- World-class home support for parents so they can truly support children
You are looking for a bespoke and user-friendly data platform that ticks all the boxes, thinks outside all of the boxes and comes with all you need to fill the boxes.
Learning Ladders is a real step ahead and a step up to help children realise their lightbulb moments and upskill parents.
To learn more, book a discovery call at learningladders.info/education/information/book-demo.
Reviewed by John Dabell