skoool.co.uk aims to provide students and teachers with a rich and integrated solution to support the teaching and understanding of identified areas of difficulty in Science and Maths for Key Stages 3 and 4.
We have some great resources and features for teachers that let you learn about how to get the most from skoool, the potential of the LEARN path , and how closely Maths and Science relate to each other.
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skoool.co.uk is built to be used anytime, anywhere – including in your classroom. Here we describe how the resources lend themselves to group instruction, and make suggestions for the best way to bring skoool into the classroom. read more ...
Learning should never happen in isolation – what is learned in one subject may have a direct application in another. Here, we assess how Maths and Science cross over, so you can discuss and refer to those connections with your students. read more ...