The results seen by Barnes Farm Primary School in Chelmsford are typical, which is why they’re happy to showcase the intervention.
Barnes Farm deputy head Richard McIntosh said: “The average progress for the children in one of the three groups during the two terms using Third Space was more than we would expect of children in a whole year. We appreciate the chance to showcase how successfully the programme works at our school and share our story with other schools.”
Walesby School in Newark first discovered Third Space Learning by attending a showcase at Lowe’s Wong, another Nottinghamshire school. Walesby is now opening their doors to show how the “children have grown in confidence and now have a great enthusiasm and love for Maths”.
This Maths tuition programme has been designed to be entirely personalised for each pupil, while giving their teacher complete control of what each child is taught. It is also delivered online, with both tutor and pupil working through bespoke personalised lessons every week from the the KS1 and KS2 National Curriculum.
Third Space Learning’s one-to-one tuition is flexible enough to fit into a school’s timetable for as many pupils as need it, whether it be five or 45. The interventions address concerns such as pupil response and progress within the lesson.