Proving Impact

 Have a look at some of our testimonials:

‘Grammar Masters has everything needed to teach an engaging grammar lesson. Teachers love the approach and so do the children. It has an amazing impact on teachers’ subject knowledge. The resource was so effective; year 6 GPS results were 92% with over half working at greater depth level.’ 
Class Teacher, Inner London

‘By using Grammar Masters, we can be sure that all pupils are being taught the curriculum in a consistent way with high quality resources. For those teachers who need support with their subject knowledge, this is the perfect resource. Teachers are more confident in all areas of the grammar curriculum.
SENDCO and MAaT Lead, Inner London

‘We use Grammar Masters to enhance our English curriculum and teach daily discrete grammar lessons. Not only does this provide excellent coverage of the National Curriculum, it is also a great resource for teachers to pick up and use without having to spend a lot of time planning and resourcing in advance. The slides are clear and easy to use. Children look forward to their grammar lessons and their ability to apply grammar rules in their writing has really improved.’
Assistant Head, Inner London

‘It gives you the technical knowledge to teach grammar in a simple and clear way. Its beauty lies in its simplicity.’
Middle Leader Delhi, India

Impact of Grammar Masters on End of KS2 SATS results in Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

At / Greater Depth CombinedGreater Depth Standard
School 185%52%
School 293%52%
School 396%81%
School 497%69%
National Results78%36%

These results are based on the 2018-2019 SPaG SATS.

All four schools have a high proportion of EAL pupils and are situated in deprived areas of the country. They have all achieved higher than national.

Grammar Research:

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Proving Impact

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