Oct. 11, 2021
We are delighted to announce that 2Simple scooped three awards in this year's Teach Primary and Teach Secondary Awards.
We're proud to share that Purple Mash has been awarded 5 stars in the Teach Primary Awards 2021 Foundation category. We’re thrilled to have been given their top award for the category.
St John’s C of E had this to say about Purple Mash:
"The extensive range of tools, applications, games and programmes create a creative experience bringing learning to life. The dashboard feature personalises learning preferences, needs and interests to ensure each pupil is challenged and supported in each curriculum area and can truly reach and exceed their potential."
Thank you to our wonderful community for their continued support which has allowed us to continue to create powerful, creative educational software that enables schools and teachers to support learning in the classroom and at home too.
If you’re a Purple Mash school we’d love to hear how you’re using the platform, please join our Facebook group to pick up ideas and share best practices. Or follow us on Twitter and share what the children are working on in class right now.
For any schools not yet part of our Purple Mash community you can find out more about the platform and request a free trial here.
Python in Pieces is an interactive coding environment, designed to build student and teacher confidence in the text-based coding language of Python. Having won an ERA last year we’re so pleased Python in Pieces has been recognised again in the Teach Secondary awards in the Tech and STEM category.
With the ability to easily translate from block-code to Python, in BOTH directions, students will quickly become empowered to progress from the expectations of KS2 through to KS3.
The guided lessons allow students to manage their own learning and teacher solution guides enable teachers to support student learning at every step.
It's more important than ever at this time, that we look after our mental health and keep active, so we’re delighted that Striver has been recognised in the Teach Primary Wellbeing category.
Striver has been created with a sole purpose: to improve primary aged pupils' long-term physical and mental wellbeing. We do that by ensuring children of all abilities feel motivated and engaged, and teachers of all experience levels feel confident and in control.