A great GCSE resource for your school
Stuck for Schools is a Brand New and Unique GCSE Maths online resource that combines flexible and engaging Teaching, Assessment and Performance Tracking for the digital generation. Stuck for Schools Math Hub combines High Quality bite-size Video Lessons with GCSE & IGCSE Style Practice Questions that are set, answered, marked and reported online.
- Grid & Report Style Student Performance Tracking
- 200+ GCSE & IGSE Bitesize Maths Video Lessons
- 1500+ GCSE Maths Practice Questions, including Functional Skills
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About Stuck for Schools
We have combined over 200 High Quality, bite-size Video Lessons with over 1500 GCSE Style Practice questions, including Functional Skills, that are set, answered, marked and reported online providing ongoing student performance tracking and high quality teaching support both in and outside of the classroom.
We have developed Maths Hub in response to requests from Teachers folllowing the launch of our www.stuckonhomework.com website. As a result, have created a unique and engaging resource that offers a complete package of high quality teaching AND online question practice with student performance tracking.
DvdRoms of all the video lessons for re-sell through schools.
We have launched a new DvdRom that contains all our video lessons from Stuck for Schools that can be purchased and resold through schools.
The DvdRom contains 218 Video Lesson that cover the entire GCSE & IGCSE curriculum and can be played on all computers including PC and Mac.
We are offering a discounted price of £150 + VAT for 25 dvdroms that are presently being sold on Amazon and www.stuckonhomework.com for £19.99.
We have just launched our Stuck on homework Exam Results survey and the feedback so far has been extremely good:
82.4% of subscribers who had taken their GCSE Maths exam stated that Stuck on homework video lessons had improved their exam grade.
82.4% of those subscribers stated that Stuck on homework has guaranteed or improved their predicted exam result.
59% of those students improved their predicted results by between 1&3 grades including 3 students who moved from Grade C to A*.
100% of all parents and students who responded to our survey stated that they are likely to recommend Stuck on homework to others.
Which is very good news, especially as the same Video Lessons are part of our Stuck for Schools package!
We have listened to your feedback about Stuck for Schools and have just released a new function - teachers and students can now have unlimited access to all our video lessons as part of your Dashboard.
This is an optional extra and is perfect for Revision, school absences and for instant help with homework! Please contact us for a Free Trial!
Stuck on homework was mentioned in the Telegraph on Saturday as Sir Terry Leahy lends his support to the 'Make Britain Count' campaign. Please read full article here: Sir Terry Leahy: 'I was no great maths genius'
'To be recognised at this early stage of our business is a real honour' Teresa Watts, Managing Director, Stuck Ltd.
Stuck for Schools are offering all schools and colleges who are interested in testing our new GCSE & IGCSE Maths resource, Maths Hub, a 30 day free trial. If you would like to join over 200 schools and test the site with a group of students then please contact us and we'll get you started asap at email@example.com.
What do we get if we subscribe?
Stuck for Schools offers 218 Video Lessons and 1500+ GCSE exam style Practice questions that cover the entire GCSE & IGCSE curriculum.
You are able to set assignments using the Video Lessons and our helpful Hints on every topic or you can set an assessment by restricting access to the Video Lessons and hints.
You can set as many assignments with as many questions across as many topics and you want. Once set, your students will receive an e-mail telling them they have an assignment with the completion date.
You will receive their results as an assignment report which you can view and download by student or on a Grid which shows all assignment results by all students.
How simple is the site to use?
We have developed Stuck for Schools with teenagers and adults in mind so have made it extremely simple to use. The functionality is very user friendly and there are instructions on all pages. We are also updating the site regularly with suggestions from our users to make the site even better!
How much is it to subscribe?
We are offering a couple of deals at the moment as this is a new resource. The annual license is £500 + VAT for all schools and colleges but as we are a new resource this figure is discounted to £250 + VAT for your first year subscription.
We are also offering a deal which includes an annual license for our Video Files to use on your VLE. Please contact us if you are interested in hearing more about that offer.
Are there any restrictions on number of users?
There is a limit of 1000 students and 30 teachers per license. If you have more students then please contact us and we'll discuss extending that limit.
When do we get access to the site if we subscribe?
We can give you access immediately on receipt of your purchase order number or payment.
What about the DvdRoms?
We launched the DvdRom following suggestions from teachers, parents and students. They contain the entire 218 GCSE & IGCSE Maths video lessons that are easily searched using a simple menu or search box. These lessons cover Pre, Foundation, Higher and IGCSE levels and are perfect to use when internet access is limited. These DvdRoms play on all computers including Mac and PC.
We are offering schools and colleges a discount price of £150 + VAT for a box of 25 DvdRoms. (They are being retailed at £19.99 each via Amazon and stuckonhomework.com) If you would like to purchase a box of DvdRoms you can do so via stuckonhomework.com or by e-mailing Teresa@stuck-ltd.com.
Richard Simes, Head of Maths & ICT, City Academy Bristol.
The video files have been exceptionally popular with students. We give the students access to them through our VLE so they can access them at home, students are even starting to watch them on their mobile devices. Over the 2 week period running up to our November exams over 800 video files were watched by online by students - an average of 4 for every student in our year 11 cohort. In fact some teachers have found students are asking to be shown the videos in lessons instead of teacher explanation. Because the explanations are so well structured and thought out it communicates the key learning in a concise and clear manner. From a head of department perspective, I've found that, as a team, our methods and explanations have become more consistent. By replicating similar methods to those shown on the videos we are reinforcing the learning - students can even more between groups or attend revision classes with different teachers, and still be exposed to consistent explanations. For our national challenge borderline students, we arrange for them to have extra revision sessions. The difficulty is that these are often with non-maths specialists, due to timetabling constraints. By either timetabling a computer room or a room with a data projector, the students can still watch detailed explanations by a highly skilled practictioner.
Peter Fraser, Head Teacher, Colston's School Bristol
I know of no other resource that is as flexible, as detailed and actually as helpful as Stuck that simply provides a teacher in every home.
Our Maths Teacher, Rebecca Johnson
Rebecca comes from an educational family, her father was a University Lecturer and her mother was a Head of Mathematics and Deputy Head. Her Grandparents were teachers too. Rebecca Johnson gained her mathematics degree (Hons) from Surrey University. Initially she did not have any ambitions to teach, however, after helping out a local school when they could not find a suitably qualified supply teacher to cover sick leave, she discovered her vocation.
After qualifying as a teacher she began her career in Bath where she taught mathematics from year 7 through to GCSE and A’level. She also took real pleasure visiting the junior school where she enjoyed teaching Year 6. During this time, Rebecca took on the role of assistant Housemistress, where she cared for boarding pupils aged 7 to 18.
In 2004 Rebecca joined the staff of Colston’s School, Bristol. In 2008 she became Head of Mathematics, leading a highly experienced and dedicated team of maths teachers.