Almost 900 schools subscribe to Integral, with nearly 9500 teachers and 90,000 students making regular use of our resources. That’s a population roughly equivalent in size to Gillingham, Worcester or Wakefield, so we are a decently-sized town of users!
Like the best towns, Integral is, at it’s heart, a community of people. In this case, we’re all interested in the teaching and learning of maths and, as a community, we are here to help, challenge and respond to each other. Following us on Twitter and making use of Integral’s user forums is the best way to tap into that support. You can ask the community questions and, in turn, help other users.
We are continually creating and adding new resources to Integral. Most recently, we have uploaded 108 videos for AS Mathematics, which support students with independent learning and revision.
Our thoughts are always on how to improve Integral, and our annual teacher survey will be heading to Integral subscribers within the next couple of months. We would really welcome your feedback and ideas around the future of Integral.
As we approach the end of this academic year, we are thankful to everyone who has used Integral, and we hope that it has helped in some way, whether you’ve been teaching remotely or in-person. There are still some great deals available right now for renewals and new subscribers so make sure you check those out before they disappear!