New software launched by Grantham firm helps pupils learn maths

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AN educational company based in Grantham has developed and launched an interactive teaching tool in response to changes to the national curriculum.

The Government’s proposals will see all primary school pupils learning their 12 times-table by the age of nine.

Seeing an opportunity to provide the tools teachers need to achieve this, Grantham-based Interact has launched interactive whiteboard software featuring a sing-a-long times-table with a supporting audio CD version to support pupils learning at home or for them to listen to while on the move.

Jeana Hopkins, of Interact, said: “Ropsley Primary School has been involved with the piloting of the songs and was presented with the very first copy of the module straight from the publishers.

“The software and CD were launched on September 5 and are now being purchased by primary schools and parents across the country.”

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