3P Learning – Spellodrome
3P Learning Ltd
Spellodrome is a digital literacy resource, designed to improve spelling skill and retention
Spellodrome is a digital literacy resource, designed by educators to provide sequenced and systematic instruction to improve spelling skill and retention. A gamified learning experience helps captivate students, building automaticity, confidence and improving vocabulary retention. Curriculum aligned, pre-populated word lists for KS1 and KS2 are brought to life with highly original and engaging student games and activities, designed to encourage an independent approach to spelling.
With Spellodrome, teachers can match courses to suit the approach to spelling instruction used in their own classroom, school or region. It’s easy to select from an extensive number of spelling programs created by our experts. When setting a program, teachers can be assured it is matched to a reliable approach that covers required content. They can save customised programs from year to year and share them with colleagues! They can also take it a step further by creating customised word lists from the Spellodrome word database. Immediate feedback is delivered to both students and teachers and fun rewards and certificates ensure that students remain motivated.
- £4.08 per pupil
Spellodrome pricing is as follows:
10-29 pupils £10.08
30-100 pupils £8.04
101+ pupils £6.00
Whole Schools £4.08
Subscriptions are annual and priced per pupil, with whole-school subscriptions offering the greatest value.
Multi-year and multi-product subscriptions are also available for additional savings. We also offer discounts for school clusters. Contact us directly for
All prices above are shown exclusive of VAT.
- Trial Options
- 14 days
We offer every school a free 14-day trial of Spellodrome. Our friendly team is eager to learn about your objectives and show you a number of possible strategies using Spellodrome to achieve them. You will receive full access to the program during the trial period.
Teacher Katie Clark has introduced Spellodrome to help improve literacy standards at her large school.