Introducing the SAM Learning Service
At school we are always looking for ways to extend our students’ learning. Part of our improvement programme involves the use of SAM Learning, a unique online service that offers multiple subjects. Studies show that students achieve 2 GCSE grades on average better than expected with as little as 10 hours or more use of SAM Learning.
Students are able to access the service at anytime and anywhere. Whether students are at school, but also at home, in the library and community centre. All they need to do is visit the website and enter their unique login details.
Website address: www.samlearning.com
|Centre ID:||<enter school centre ID here> |
|User ID:||Date of birth followed by two initials: first name then last name. |
Example: 010800DJ is the User ID for David Jones born 1st Aug 2000.
|Password:||Initially same as the User ID, Learners are encouraged to change this to something difficult to guess. |
It is advised that students keep a record of the access details in their planners.
How to Get Involved
All students will be taught to use the service and you might wish to ask them how it works. The service enables homework to be set and marked which means you can easily monitor the progress of your child.
We hope that your child is able to take full advantage of SAM Learning and thank you in advance for supporting the initiative.
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