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              School's Annual Membership

              A school's annual membership gives the following to all its teachers:
              • Unlimited and immediate access to every maths lesson through the interactive schemes of work.
              • Unrestricted access to the members page to keep up to date with the term's topics and new teaching and learning materials.
              • Detailed key stage 3 and GCSE maths schemes of work founded on pedagogy and over 15 years teaching experience
              Once payment is confirmed an account will be set up for your teachers within 24 hours.
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