Honiton students given e-tablets for clocking most hours on SAM Learning

PUBLISHED: 11:00 29 March 2018

Issy Langrish, Ellie Horrocks and Micsha Hudson received e-tablets for their high usage of SAM Learning.

Issy Langrish, Ellie Horrocks and Micsha Hudson received e-tablets for their high usage of SAM Learning.

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A trio of students from Honiton Community College have been given an e-tablet each to celebrate their high usage of an online learning system.

Issy Langrish, Ellie Horrocks and Micsha Hudson were given the devices from SAM Learning, which provides more than 70,000 activities across 27 subjects.

Issy, Ellie and Micsha clocked 351, 283 and 175 hours respectively, and were congratulated for their usage of the online system.

SAM Learning managing director Matt Stringer, who visited the school to hand over the tablets, said: “This is very clearly a school going places with excellent leadership, fresh innovative approaches to learning and highly engaged enthusiastic students.”

SAM Learning is used in over 1200 secondary schools and Honiton Community College is in the top three for its usage, with more than 12,000 hours of usage so far.


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