LbQ Remote Learning

Built for the classroom...even when the classroom is at home

Break down the barriers to remote learning success by:

  • providing devices for disadvantaged pupils.
  • creating opportunities for teachers and pupils to communicate and connect.
  • making the non-traditional school day work for you.
  • boosting pupil engagement.
  • supporting parents as key players in their child's learning.
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“So we've cracked this remote learning malarkey. LbQ to the rescue!" @Miss_Wheatley

The 5 barriers to remote learning success:

1.

Access to Devices

EEF Say: view details

Ensuring access to technology is key

LbQ Teachers Say: view details

“Each child in key stage 2 now has a device which I never thought would be possible; that’s over 250 devices! The children and staff were so excited!”


Nicola Folwell,
Glebelands Primary,
Cambridgeshire

How LbQ helps: view details

LbQ's bespoke classroom tablet sets are an affordable way to ensure every child has access to a device.

2.

Pupil Teacher Connection

EEF Say: view details

Setting aside time to enable teachers to assess pupils’ learning needs is likely to make it easier for teachers to provide effective support.

LbQ Teachers Say: view details

“LbQ has been a life-saver during lockdown. The children have been engaged every single day. It's so easy to log on and see progress, even now that they are spread between bubbles and home.”


Chantal Marsh/Janet Gay,
Year 6 Teachers.

How LbQ helps: view details

Our live results matrix allows teachers to view pupil responses in real time, meaning they can intervene to offer support and guidance, just as they would in the classroom.

3.

Time

EEF Say: view details

Ensuring the elements of effective teaching are present is more important than how or when they are provided.

LbQ Teachers Say: view details

“It’s no longer the traditional school day starting at 9.30 and finishing at 3.30. But this flexible approach to time helps. Just because a child can’t do something within a ‘lesson’ doesn’t mean that they can’t do it at all. Having more time is gold!”


Cherise Duxbury,
Washacre Primary,
Bolton

How LbQ helps: view details

Teachers can set up to three Question Sets at any time on LbQ.

The Question Sets can last till midnight so pupils can log in whenever and wherever it suits to continue their learning.

4.

Parent Engagement

EEF Say: view details

Parents play a crucial role in supporting their children’s learning, and levels of parental engagement are consistently associated with children’s academic outcomes.

LbQ Teachers Say: view details

“It was brilliant because we actually shared LbQ with parents and they were really engaged. The girls were showing their parents the hints (feedback) and the parents were saying ‘I could never do this at school!’”


Mary Fraser,
Cherry Tree Primary,
Bolton

How LbQ helps: view details

No worksheets!

The unique, automatic pupil feedback offered by LbQ gives parents peace of mind, knowing that their child has all the support they need.

5.

Pupil Engagement

EEF Say: view details

Supporting pupils to work independently can improve learning outcomes.

LbQ Teachers Say: view details

“The children absolutely love using LbQ. They thrive on the support and challenge it provides and the independence it gives them. Our children have never been more engaged and involved to drive their own learning.”


Victoria Morris,
Elm Park Primary,
Essex

How LbQ helps: view details

LbQ doesn’t feel like an assessment.

Low-stakes quizzing encourages children to have another go and compete against themselves.

What the EEF say:

Ensuring access to technology is key

Setting aside time to enable teachers to assess pupils’ learning needs is likely to make it easier for teachers to provide effective support.

Ensuring the elements of effective teaching are present is more important than how or when they are provided.

Parents play a crucial role in supporting their children’s learning, and levels of parental engagement are consistently associated with children’s academic outcomes.

Supporting pupils to work independently can improve learning outcomes.

What LbQ teachers say:

“Each child in key stage 2 now has a device which I never thought would be possible; that’s over 250 devices! The children and staff were so excited!”


Nicola Folwell,
Glebelands Primary,
Cambridgeshire

“LbQ has been a life-saver during lockdown. The children have been engaged every single day. It's so easy to log on and see progress, even now that they are spread between bubbles and home.”


Chantal Marsh/Janet Gay,
Year 6 Teachers.

“It’s no longer the traditional school day starting at 9.30 and finishing at 3.30. But this flexible approach to time helps. Just because a child can’t do something within a ‘lesson’ doesn’t mean that they can’t do it at all. Having more time is gold!”


Cherise Duxbury,
Washacre Primary,
Bolton

“It was brilliant because we actually shared LbQ with parents and they were really engaged. The girls were showing their parents the hints (feedback) and the parents were saying ‘I could never do this at school!’”


Mary Fraser,
Cherry Tree Primary,
Bolton

“The children absolutely love using LbQ. They thrive on the support and challenge it provides and the independence it gives them. Our children have never been more engaged and involved to drive their own learning.”


Victoria Morris,
Elm Park Primary,
Essex

How LbQ helps:

LbQ's bespoke classroom tablet sets are an affordable way to ensure every child has access to a device.

Our live results matrix allows teachers to view pupil responses in real time, meaning they can intervene to offer support and guidance, just as they would in the classroom.

Teachers can set up to three Question Sets at any time on LbQ.

The Question Sets can last till midnight so pupils can log in whenever and wherever it suits to continue their learning.

No worksheets!

The unique, automatic pupil feedback offered by LbQ gives parents peace of mind, knowing that their child has all the support they need.

LbQ doesn’t feel like an assessment.

Low-stakes quizzing encourages children to have another go and compete against themselves.

“Had OFSTED visit today at one of our schools, sharing lots of remote learning including LbQ. We’ve answered over 2.2 million questions on this resource, couldn’t recommend it highly enough!” Andy Done, Masefield Primary, Bolton.

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