North of England based educational resource provider, Classroom Secrets, have launched a range of free video resources and interactive games for teachers to revitalise their teaching experience.
Established in 2013, Classroom Secrets provide diversified learning resources to over 50,000 teachers and 1,500 schools across the country. Their existing range of resources is aimed at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 students, with almost 4,000 high-quality resources available through their online portal.
The new video resources and interactive games, primarily aimed at teaching maths, are available as part of a Classroom Secrets subscription, and the team hope that they will serve as a useful tool both in the classroom and for parents looking to get more involved in their children’s education.
Commenting on the launch of the new resources, Managing Director and Co-Founder Claire Riley commented: “Here at Classroom Secrets we are focusing heavily on making the most of the technology available to us to engage students and provide them with real-life problem-solving opportunities. With our Learning Video Clips children can apply the skills learnt in the lesson in a fun and exciting way.”
Digital Director and Co-Founder Ed Riley added:
“It’s important that children are exposed to these technologies at an early age as they will be the creators and innovators of the future. We’re really pleased to be able to create great lesson content that children love whilst also inspiring the next generation of tech leaders.”