The academy wanted to improve attainment for lower ability pupils without taking teacher time away from their more able students.
Ansford Academy, Somerset, UK | Science | KS4
Head of Science and Technology at Ansford Academy, Sam Wignell was tasked with embedding digital learning across the school.
The academy wanted to improve attainment for lower ability pupils without taking teacher time away from their more able students. Sam realised that the school required a digital transformation to achieve its aim.
Using the artificial intelligence behind CENTURY’s unique Recommended Learning Path, Sam was able to personalise a learning journey for each student.
You can rely on the artificial intelligence behind the platform to personalise a learning pathway for each student. This works particularly well when it comes to revision, as CENTURY knows exactly what to set and when. Our year 11 students really liked this in the run up to their mocks, as it took out the stress of prioritising.
My favourite part of using CENTURY is the data. It is so easy to get a detailed insight into how your classes are doing. There are no spreadsheets, no data entry, no marking. Nugget and question level data mean you can effectively use your time targeting which students need more challenge or support, in specific topic areas.