Thank you to all of your who participated with such fervour in the Coventry Challenge. Don’t forget to record your activity, fruit and veg today, tomorrow will be too late, and the children will get their 2000 Bo points added.
We have seen some great achievements by individuals, classes and schools across the country.
45 schools in the UK answered over 25,000 questions and received a motivational pack for their school. This is great engagement on Skoolbo, and we have seen fantastic improvements in levels of literacy and numeracy over the course of the challenge with some schools improving overall by 89%!
Special mentions to those to Finton Hill, St Augustines, Little Heath, Ark Oval, Sybourn, Knutswood, Kempshott, Stag Lane, Christ church CofE Downend, St John, Fisher Catholic and Whoberley Hall who all had fantactic days within the challenge, and achieved over 25,000 answers as a school.
In first place, with an unnassabilable lead for the last few days were Aldermans Green Community Primary School in Coventry who answered an incredible 288,964 questions on Skoolbo! They also achieved top spot in the pupil leaderboard with Ellie from class 6s and Class leaderboard with class 6S. Well done to you all!
This is a truely amazing feat and we take our hats off to all of you at Aldermans Green!
In second place Brook Green Centre for Learning in Plymouth, who after starting late in the challenge, reached second place with a particularly strong performance in the last few days, it was great to see so many classes playing within the school and individual students like Nina from class 10JSP and from class 10HP finishing in second and third place.
Brook Green showed how a joint school effort can really make a difference to the overall score, Great work Brook Green!
In third place were Aldermoor Farm Primary, with a fantastic 219,690 questions answered. They really entered into the spirit of the challenge, Thank you and Well done.
Leading from the front in London were Sheringdale Primary with an amazing 142,266 questions answered. A brilliant job to finish at the top of the pile from the Capital. Well done Sheringdale!
And in 5th place were Spongate Primary with 4 classes in the top 100, and an impressive 136,790 questions answered. A great joint school achievement. Congratulations!
The challenge told a great story and outside of the 5 schools in who finished at the top many other schools made impressive scores on the board. Huge progress was made within many schools, with individual classes shining across the country.
Aldermans Green Year 6, Parbold Douglas Church of England Primary Year 5, Clifford Bridge Primary class 4s, St Patricks Catholic Primary Year 6 and Leigh Church of England Primary Year 5.
Fantastic class achievements, we’d like to hear from you about your classes Skoolbo experience, please do get in touch and let us share it with everyone!
To all of you a huge thank you, and well done, and please do send us your success stories, we want to hear from you!