3P Learning, creators of award-winning online maths and literacy resources, designed to help children gain confidence in their reading, writing, numeracy and multiplication skills, is celebrating having scooped a 2019 Bett Award in the category International Digital Education Resource for its world-leading maths resource for key stages 1 – 4, Mathletics.
Used by over 5 million users world-wide and guaranteed to make learning fun both at school and at home, Mathletics employs a ‘gaming-style’ challenge and reward system to engage and captivate users, to embed vital maths skills and to build strong, confident pupils equipped to perform well in school and in life-long learning. It also supports a smooth transition between the various phases of school education as well as personalised teaching and learning.
Mapped to a number of international curricula, Mathletics is proven to significantly increase levels of student engagement, confidence and motivation and to improve attainment and progress in maths. This year’s award win marks 3P Learning’s and Mathletics second Bett Award win in the International Digital Education Resource category which it was awarded previously in 2016 alongside winning the category for Whole Course Curriculum Content. Overall this marks 3P Learning’s fifth Bett Award win for its range of resources.
Now in their 21st year, the Bett Awards are considered by many as the most esteemed accolade in the education technology industry. The winners are seen to have excelled in ICT provision and support for schools, with a clear focus on what works in the classroom. The award was presented at a prestigious ceremony at The Troxy in Central London on 23rd January, hosted by comedian Marcus Brigstocke.
Commenting on the award win, Judy Peritz Wynne, Head of Marketing EMEA at 3P Learning said, “We are absolutely thrilled to receive this award for International Digital Education Resource in what is recognised worldwide as one of the highest accolades in education. At 3P Learning and Mathletics our emphasis is on spreading a love of learning to all schools within our 5 million strong community of pupils and teachers. We would like to thank all of our schools for their outstanding support and feedback; this wouldn’t have been possible without them!”
For more information on 3P Learning and Mathletics please visit http://uk.mathletics.com/