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London Teacher's eLearning Platform Helping Students Close the COVID Learning Gap
Maple Online broadly follows the national curriculum and offers video lessons and bespoke tutoring as well as interactive activities for KS2 students.
Miss Garnett's digital learning platform offers a plethora of structured video lessons, interactive activities, and downloadable worksheets for students between the ages of 7-11 years old. Far from the average learning platform, Maple Online Learning broadly follows the national curriculum and offers a thematic and holistic approach to learning.
Maple Online Learning is uniquely designed to help students develop and master key skills in English, maths and reading before they transition to secondary school. In addition, geography and reasoning are offered as subjects to help students develop the critical thinking skills needed to make better sense of information. All the lessons available on Maple Online are taught by Miss Garnett for a more personal touch.
Student members of Maple Online also have access to a rich library of audio books, as well as a times tables game to amplify retention of this important skill. Miss Garnett launched Maple Online Learning in 2021 after seeing first-hand the impact of interrupted schooling on her students. Miss Garnett boasts over a decade of experience teaching primary school children. She is a specialist in the Key Stage 2 curriculum and also an expert teacher of the 11+.
Miss Garnett is supported by a dynamic team, which is led by CEO, Andrew Smith. When asked about the motivation for creating Maple Online Learning, Smith explained: "We created this platform to support parents during the difficult time of the pandemic. Our mission is to continue inspiring children all over the world to learn English, Maths and General Knowledge."
Although based in the UK, students across the world can access and benefit from the resources offered on Maple Online Learning. Parents can take advantage of a free 7-day trial, which offers an easy sign up process and does not require a credit card. At the end of the trial period, there is a choice of a monthly, quarterly or annual subscription, which can be cancelled at any time.
For further information about Maple Online or to sign up for the free 7-day trial, visit: https://www.mapleonlinelearning.com.