We are launching our school licence in....
We launch our school licence on Monday 6th June 2022. To celebrate the launch, we are offering schools who register their interest the opportunity to schedule a one to one planning session for your school pupil premium or development plan. You can leave your email and be the first to know when we launch and to book your planning meeting with a member of our team.
A simple pricing strategy
Get started straight away with free access to a Year 3 Addition and Subtraction peer tutoring programme. Upgrade to an annual school licence subscription to access our resources and expert support for teachers and school leaders.
School subscription Overview
Our school annual subscription in one simple fee
Value for money
Our annual licence for a school is £325, allowing you to create accounts for teachers, school leaders and support staff for a single school to access WhatWorked.
No hidden fees
At WhatWorked, we believe we have a responsibility to ensure support is sustainable and affordable. Therefore, all services are included in a single subscription fee.
Live and on-demand
We provide structured, on-demand courses to fit around your teachers' schedules. However, we run live virtual sessions to complement these to give you an opportunity to maximise your learning.
Step by step guidance
All interventions include step by step guidance to support you to implement these in your school. If you still need support, join our live drop in sessions with the WhatWorked team or reach out to fellow teachers in our community of practice.
Expert data analysis
If you choose to evaluate your programmes using a mini-RCT, we complete the analysis of your data so you can measure the impact of the intervention.
Join a community
All teachers subscribed to WhatWorked are part of a community, allowing you to collaborate and share ideas with fellow teachers.
UK Primary School Licence
- 6x Year 3 / Year 5 Mathematics cross-age peer tutoring programmes
- 6x Year 3 Mathematics peer tutoring programmes
- Introduction to research and evidence course (ideal for ECF teachers)
- Access to live weekly CPD sessions in WhatWorked live
- 6x Year 4 / Year 6 Mathematics cross-age peer tutoring programmes (Summer 22)
- 6x Year 4 Mathematics peer tutoring programmes (Summer 22)
Frequently asked questions
Why do you have three different evaluations which teachers can use?
We only provide the guidance for teachers to help support your own professional judgement on which evaluation will work best in your school. If you just want to see how your learners respond to the intervention (e.g. peer tutoring), then teacher observations can be used (1 star rating). If you then include the pre- and post-test in your implementation then it will provide an indication if this improves attainment (2 star rating). However, as you will learn on the Introduction to Research and Evidence course, this is a single group design so it does have limitations. If you decide to use a mini-RCT evaluation, whereby you create a control group who receive the intervention but only after the post-test, this will give the most robust data for the impact of the intervention in your school. We complete the analysis for you and you receive an effect size for the impact and your data contributes to the live evidence base for that specific intervention.
If I only sign up to the free intervention, will WhatWorked still complete the analysis?
Yes, if you decide to run the intervention as a mini-RCT we will complete the analysis of your data. However, as with all interventions on the WhatWorked website, you will need to register in advance of starting your programme for your analysis to be completed. This cannot be completed retrospectively.
Do you need ethical approval for the mini-RCTs in your school?
All the data you submit is anonymised and ethical approval is granted at school level. We believe that until we know interventions work, it is not ethical to not test this robustly, or to check regularly that the interventions still work as intended. All mini-RCTs eventually provide the intervention to all students, this is just not at the same time.