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Using globally tested cognitive science, the technology underpinning Adapt has been improving learning outcomes for over 25 years.

Tracking not only your students’ understanding but also their metacognition – what they know about what they know – the Adapt software constantly responds to scaffold knowledge and reinforce understanding, creating a unique pathway towards learning success.

Science

  • KS3 Science
  • GCSE-Combined Science
  • GCSE Biology
  • GCSE Chemistry
  • GCSE Physics

Maths

  • KS3 Maths
  • GCSE Maths

History

  • KS3 History
  • GCSE British History

Geography

  • KS3 Geography
  • GCSE Geography

  • Regular homework
  • Targeted intervention
  • Learning support
  • Quick recaps
  • Assessment and revision
  • End of topic check-ins
  • Exam preparation
  • Easy to use alongside curriculum teaching
  • Develops independent study skills
  • Shows clear evidence of impact on student attainment
  • Responds to all student abilities with a balance of challenge and support

Adapt shifts the focus away from speed, and doing as many questions as possible, to taking your time, and getting it right. One of the biggest issues across the school is resilience and grit and getting them to engage and persevere beyond the ‘I don’t get it’.

Secondary teacher

Some of our kids… became frustrated because they kept getting it wrong, and that meant they had to keep going. This goes to the heart of what it means to be a resilient learner: developing that perseverance and determination.

Secondary teacher

Miss, I didn’t know that I would get these right.” Some of our weakest students were most positive about the confidence feature of the platform.

Secondary teacher

A medium-sized selective school located around 12 miles outside central London, Wilmington Grammar School for Boys has, for some time, placed resilience, and academic agility at the heart of their ethos and ambition for their students. Their belief is that reflective learners are more likely to feel empowered, and determined to improve.

The school believes that it is possible for students to be challenged and achieve the best results, without compromising their mental health and wellbeing. Motivation and engagement amongst students are high: during the second Covid school closure, 95% of students participated in online learning, despite it being ‘the weirdest school year ever, and incredibly tough for staff and students’.