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Case Studies

Find out what teachers and students have to say about their experiences of using the CG50 in the classroom.

Oxted School: A new approach to teaching, specifically involving the colour graphic calculator

Before we’ve looked very much at the mechanics of what the calculator can do to make everything quicker and simpler whereas now we are looking at it as a tool to develop the experience and really develop the understanding rather than just a basic calculation tool

Daniel Crowhurst
Head of Maths, Oxted School

“Students are very used to using Casio calculators so... they know roughly where a lot of the buttons are anyway"

Lorraine Bennett, KS5 Coordinator for Maths, Oxted School

“We wanted to take a new approach to teaching, which involved the graphic calculator specifically"

Steven Stodart, Deputy Head of Maths, Oxted School

"They gave us a bit more scope for development in the way that we teach"

Daniel Crowhurst Head of Maths, Oxted School

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Hamstead Hall Academy: It's exciting when a student says "when did maths become so easy?"

My learners, who are less confident in attempting a hard problem, can visualize it when using the graphic calculator. It gives them an entry onto the onto the problem.

Eleri Golledge, Maths Teacher, Hamstead Hall Academy School

Casio is ideal in terms of pushing the innovation that we strive for across the whole school and particularly the Maths Department

Jonathan Mortimer, Executive Principal, Hamstead Hall Academy School

The fact that students can verify and check answers on the calculators means they start believing in themselves, so we’ve seen a change in the culture within the Maths Department.”

Melios Michael, Head of Maths, Hamstead Hall Academy School

They can essentially leave an exam and they know full well they’ve got a certain amount of marks in the bag.

Eleri Golledge, Maths Teacher, Hamstead Hall Academy School

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Highcliffe School: Help students investigate and get them to learn through the calculator

They [the students] were quite excited for them to be honest. I used to use it in my year 11 lesson last year, when I had a top set year 11, so when I would get it out there was interest they were looking at it like “oh can I have a look” and so when it came to the fact about buying them, they just did. 

Jess Kelly, Assistant Director of Learning (Maths KS4)

I think their confidence today definitely grew

Jess Kelly - Assistant Director of Learning (Maths KS4)

I think the training and the loan set really did help otherwise we would have really been very much in the dark about what it was and whether we would have been willing to go for it or not.

Rachel Chipchase - Assistant Director of Learning (Maths)

I think the initial training helped to form our decision, because we all had seen it before and when the year kind of started we knew sort of what they looked like and the functionality that they did.

Steve Cooper - Director of Learning (Maths)