GoCuriosity

GoCuriosity

GoCuriosity

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What is GoCuriosity?

GoCuriosity is a blended learning platform that stimulates natural curiosity in children aged 9-14. Pupils choose their own route through a 3000-year timeline, exploring the things that are of most interest to them across science, nature, history, culture, rights and sport. On their journey of discovery, pupils choose Challenges which are designed to promote the essential life skills; literacy, numeracy, communication, visualisation, experimentation, research and memory. The Challenges are cross-referenced to key stage 2 and 3 of the national curriculum and can assist schools in meeting the requirements of the latest Ofsted framework.
The secure embedded video assessment feature enables students and teachers to continue learning even during these times of disruption..

Recommended Usage

1 hour per week.

Age Range
8-10, 11-13

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Requirements
Teachers and Students will need a computer or hand held device to access the GoCuriosity platform. However, the challenges themselves do not necessarily require technology. Teachers will need to on-board the students and help to progress the students along their journey, however minimal system training is required and we provide full instructional videos.

Training
No additional training is required beyond the on-boarding videos that we provide. However, we can offer in person on-boarding sessions to assist teachers and help to inspire and excite the children

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