The University of Oxford’s study, concluded that schools who made regular use of Mathletics did significantly better on a range of measures, compared to schools that did not use Mathletics.
Regular use was defined as pupils completing 3 or more curriculum activities per week (equating to as little as 20 minutes). Where this level of usage was achieved, the study found:*
More pupils making at least 2 levels of progress
More pupils achieving at least a level 4
More pupils achieving a level 5 or 6
*Compared to schools that do not use Mathletics.
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“The results of this study show that regular use of Mathletics is associated with a significantly higher proportion of pupils making at least 2 levels progress at Key Stage 2. Similarly, regular use of Mathletics is also associated with a greater proportion of pupils achieving a level 4, 5 and 6 in mathematics. The results suggest that for schools to benefit from using Mathletics, pupils need to complete just 3 curriculum activities each week.”
Excerpt from University of Oxford study conclusion