Whizz Education is an education partner accountable for learning outcomes in maths.
Since 2004, we have partnered with schools, ministries of education and development agencies to bring the power of individualised learning to over a million students worldwide, resulting in measurable gains.
We deploy a holistic approach to raising standards in learning, including educational programme design and implementation planning in consultation with schools, and adapted to local and contextual needs to provide tangible learning outcomes.
Teachers’ Resource; real-time learning analytics into students’ progress and levels of learning; capacity building; data-driven course correction; ongoing pedagogic support plus access to our award-winning virtual tutor Maths-Whizz – together, these have a much higher impact on improving attainment than edtech alone.
Whizz Education now delivers innovative services to drive-up standards of attainment, for which our virtual tutor, Maths-Whizz, is just one element.
Whizz Education’s team is passionate and committed and uses this energy to design and drive learning programmes in partnership with education stakeholders to overcome barriers and deliver measurable, improved outcomes.
By tailoring implementations to the needs of the local context, capacity building and deploying a unique course correction approach through data driven action, we empower teachers to make the best use of our digital technology solution.
This, combined with whole-school access to our award-winning virtual tutor Maths-Whizz, means we ensure tangible education outcomes are reached and students can achieve accelerated learning in maths.
Suitable for children aged 5-13 years, our virtual tutor Maths-Whizz, if used for an average of 60 minutes per week, can improve ‘maths age’ by more than 18 months in the first year of use.
Addressing the maths age gap
Whizz Education’s research has quantified the attainment gap in classes between students across the globe using a metric called maths age (similar to reading age).
Based on data from thousands of students, we have found the average maths age gap between the lowest and highest attainers in any classroom is an average of four years. However, COVID, has exacerbated this further.
Whizz Education’s goal is to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for communities, to promote lifelong opportunities for all through individualised learning, and to raise educational standards worldwide.
Whizz Education is fully committed to supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG 4 and SDG5), with a targeted focus on inclusive and quality education for all.
Our experienced educators work with school leadership to develop and implement a plan aligned with their defined objectives.
We train teachers across the world how to navigate our virtual tutoring service, its accompanying data and library and instructional resources to deliver a more engaging and creative approach to maths.
The result is reinforced curriculum delivery and assessment, a quickened pace of learning outcomes and reduced workload for teachers.
Meet with Whizz Education at BETT
Come and meet with the Whizz Education team at BETT on booth NJ31 to find out more, and also learn how to get involved in our free summer learning activities.
This summer, Whizz Education, is teaming-up with PiXL (Partners in Excellence) to deliver a suite of free summer learning activities across disciplines that will focus on ‘building for a greener future’.
Activities will be based around the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals 7, 9, 11 and 13. They will encourage children to learn about the environments in which they live and to support the development of a sustainable world, with a focus on STEM activities during the summer term and summer break.
We are now inviting schools to join in with our Building for the Future summer activities. Pupils could be measuring rainfall while elevating maths skills by collecting and recording how many millimetres of liquid are captured and discussing how to make the records useful, fair and impactful in the future.
Getting involved with Whizz Education’s collaborative summer project with PiXL might provide other inspirations for local interests too!
As well as teaching students to handle numbers, the summer project has the capacity to inspire, engage and empower. Numerous studies have shown that climate change education has the biggest impact when students are encouraged to take responsibility for learning about issues that impact them and their communities.
Join us and help make a difference!
For further information and to access free resources from Whizz Education and PiXL’s free summer climate project click here. For further information about Whizz Education visit the website here.