EDUCATE Success Stories
Innovation in EdTech
MyCognition is a cognitive health company, which has developed NHS approved apps to assess and strengthen cognition in people of all ages, from 7 years old.
SwopBots (CodeMe Creator) makes coding and game design accessible for younger children, and for students who have learning difficulties, through games and game-based activities.
Oyalabs' reading assistant monitor helps parents to develop their preschoolers’ cognitive, emotional and social skills, increasing the level of engagement.
Quipper School is a learning management system that supports teachers in the classroom throughout K-12 education, aiming to reduce teachers' workload.
Interactive Scientific's visualisation tool helps people to better engage with the world's biggest scientific concepts. They joined us as part of Cohort 5 of the EDUCATE programme.
Spaghetti Brain is a digital resource that helps primary school children to manage, monitor and reflect on their own learning, working like a digital coach in the moments they get stuck.
Little Bridge was part of cohort 3 on the EDUCATE programme and was one of the first recipients of an Evidence Applied EdWard in 2018.