Learning by Questions, an ed-tech company based in the north west of England, is offering Oldham based primary schools the opportunity to benefit from £5,000 worth of free resources as part of a research project for the company. ## Greater academic progress for pupils The classroom app company (headed by the founder of Promethean, Tony Cann CBE) is looking to build on [previous research](https://www.lbq.org/Why/) carried out by 50 schools earlier this year. Every teacher who took part in the research project agreed that LbQ saved them time with planning and marking, and 9 out of 10 teachers said that it helped their pupils to achieve greater academic progress*. ## Free tablets, CPD, subscriptions and support Nine schools in Oldham, including [Lyndhurst Primary School](http://www.lyndhurstprimaryschool.co.uk//) and [Outwood Primary Academy Park Hill](https://www.parkhill.outwood.com//), have already shown an interest in the research project that will take place between January 2019 and June 2019. Schools will receive: * 32 x 7” tablets * One 10” teacher tablet * A charging cabinet Full access to LbQ (usually worth £200 per teacher) - this project is focusing on maths, but you will have access to all our English and science resources too * 2 years free subscription for all teachers in participating schools * Supply cover for training at £150 per teacher per day * Free use of equipment for 1 year 8 books per teacher, covering maths, science and English years 3-7 * The opportunity to be at the forefront of education technology innovation * CPD opportunities for your teachers ## Take part in the LbQ research project Project Manager and former primary subject and year group leader Pat May explains, “We’re looking to make a real difference, particularly for those schools in ‘Opportunity areas’. We’re excited to have [John Moores University School of Education](https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/about-us/faculties/faculty-of-education-health-and-community/school-of-education/) taking on the research project, we just need the schools now.” Any primary school in Oldham interested in taking part in the project or looking for more information, contact Pat May directly at [p.may@lbq.org](mailto:p.may@lbq.org/) *Based on 85 teachers completing an exit survey ![alt text](/filestore/BlogImage/43f6a675-759b-4a47-b9a3-f61e13740522/c4e76759-6536-418c-864a-1a7e7ae1a2bbNickToyne-DevonshirePrimaryAcademyQuote1.png "Nick Toyne Quote")