Tassomai is raising attainment in GCSE science and other core subjects.
The program is used by private subscribers and more than 100,000 students in 450+ schools across England and Wales.
Tassomai is changing the way students learn and enabling teachers to spend less time on marking and more time teaching.
helping schools to boost grades…
“We introduced Tassomai with a goal to improve our science results from the lowest 20% in the country to being at the national average - in fact we are now in the top 20% in the country!”
Carole Dean, Deputy Headteacher,
The Stonehenge School
“Our 2018 results were magnificent, the best GCSE science grades the school has seen. Over 7% of our students got the highest possible grade and over half of the cohort were above 55.”
Claire Crichton-Allen, Curriculum Lead for Science,
Matthew Moss High School
In 2017 we worked with schools using Tassomai to carry out an impact assessment, analysing 68010 module UMS scores.
We found that the more a student uses Tassomai the better their results.
Where students complete 80% or more of the course:
90% of students achieved C or above in their GCSE science exams
50% of students got an A or A* grade
A / A* passes were 29% higher than the national average
saving teachers time…
Immediate feedback from Tassomai makes it easy for teachers to see whether individual students or classes have understood a topic, enabling them to rapidly intervene and target any knowledge gaps.
“The reduction in marking has been notable… Tassomai essentially allows us to have more learning time both within and outside of lesson and results in fewer admin and paperwork tasks.”
Laura Foulsham, Head of Science,
St. John Bosco College
St. John Bosco College told us that using Tassomai has helped them cut down on marking giving each teacher an extra 2 hours per week to spend on teaching.
leading the way…
Tassomai has been awarded for its engagement with EDUCATE, a programme developed by UCL and the Institute of Education to help EdTech companies make product development decisions based on solid, evidence based research.
In 2019 we were named “Best Educational Resource for Parents and Home learning” and we were finalists for “Company of the Year” and “Best Secondary Product”.
The Bett judging panel said: “This revision resource is laser focused on helping learners prioritise through adaptive learning.”
In 2018 we were Education Resource Awards finalists in the ”Best Collaboration Between School and Supplier” category and in 2019 we were in the running for the ”Supplier of the Year” award.