We're thrilled to announce that Bedrock Learning has been shortlisted for not one, but two categories in the Teach Primary and Teach Secondary Awards, 2023. Being recognised as a powerful literacy resource across both primary and secondary education is an honour and we are thrilled that our efforts to create a platform that provides meaningful impact for all literacy learners have earned Bedrock Learning two spaces as a finalist at the 2023 Teach Awards.
The winners of the Teach Primary and Teach Secondary Awards 2023 will be announced in November 2023 - so watch this space! In the meantime, we will be continuing to innovate literacy instruction and support schools to boost attainment through literacy. Sign up for our newsletter for more updates.
Our Teach Primary nomination
Category: Best English Resource
This category includes "resources designed to promote the development of pupils’ spoken language, reading, writing and vocabulary".
As a whole-school literacy improvement platform, we're honoured to be recognised among the best resources for improving every area of the primary English curriculum. Bedrock Learning transforms your literacy curriculum, helping you to improve reading comprehension and written outcomes in English and across the curriculum, and giving every child the opportunity to develop confident communication skills.
Our Teach Secondary nomination
Category: Best Assessment Resource
This category celebrates "resources and services aimed at helping teachers check students’ understanding, improve feedback, track progress and drive school improvement".
We're thrilled that our platform has been recognised for it's unique offering: a literacy platform that not only improves vocabulary, grammar and reading, but also provides continuous assessments and feedback for teachers.
Our deep learning algorithm combines self-marking activities with word confidence rankings and long-term memory retention to assess a learners progress, but it doesn't stop there. This data is then used to either assign new content for learners or reteach content that they struggled with, so learning is always within the zone of proximal development (ZPD) - the perfect level for each individual child.
And we aren't stopping there. With the launch of our brand new reading test on the horizon, we can't wait to bring even more valuable assessment data to teachers to continue to drive school improvement.