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Tips for parents:

How to help your child revise - and why NOW is the time to start

Tassomai’s founder Murray recommends using the run up to the Easter holidays to identify weaknesses and get problem areas sorted before getting down to serious revision.

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Featured post:

The secret of our success

Find out how Matthew Moss High School got their best ever GCSE science results last year thanks to a highly committed team and a competitive spirit amongst staff and students!


Tassomai in the media:


Sky News sent their tech correspondent Gemma Evans back to school to learn more about Tassomai with staff and students at Carshalton Boys Sports College. (Click the video to play)

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*NEW* Education in Chemistry Magazine
Using (and choosing) an intelligent learning platform to boost student confidence and improve results.
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Education in Chemistry

Education in Chemistry Magazine
Tassomai's founder on the growth of private tuition and its impact on inequality and social mobility.
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Education Today Magazine

Education Today Magazine
Murray Morrison is featured in a review of this year's EdTech extravaganza, the Bett Show.
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Education Technology Magazine

Education Technology Magazine
New research from Tassomai reveals users' attitudes to tech in schools.
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Recommended reads:


GCSE science 2019: exam board tips

The head of curriculum for science at the exam board AQA has some advice for teachers on how to make sure GCSE science students are as prepared as they can be ahead of this summer’s exams.

Teachers are central to the good use of edtech

Cat Scutt, a former teacher and director of education and research at the Chartered College of Teaching says edtech is all about improving efficiency and the most critical piece of the puzzle in ensuring that technology is used well is the teacher.