Nassau, The Bahamas: King’s College School in the Bahamas has significantly experienced a 9.2 percent increase in the academic performance of the students.
As per the school authorities, this betterment in performance has been noted among the students who used a breakthrough AI platform – Inspired AI, last term. The stats by the school also showed that the majority of children aged between 8 and 11 years attended the pilot program from Inspired Education Group, used in daily learning and teaching.
Reportedly, the Inspired Education Group has been providing education to over 80,000 students from more than ten schools in six (6) continents. It offers world-class education and best-in-class learning experience to students of Year 1 – Year 13. The major objective of this programme is focused on three pillars of modern education, which are:
- Sports and creative arts.
The craze of Inspired AI has also been seen among the students of the College School. One such student, named Sophie Brueckner, stated that she used the programme for studying Science, Mathematics and Education during her Year 5. She claimed that it has now become her favourite learning application.
Brueckner outlined that the application has helped her in becoming a more independent learner. She outlined, “I used that program a couple of times a week as it covers everything I learn in school. I specifically use it for the preparation of my assessment.”
She added that this platform is very convenient and has helped to review her daily performance, helping her to focus on things she struggled with.
In this regard, the principal of King’s College School – Matteo Rossetti, also commented and emphasised that at the academic institution, it is believed that Inspired AI aligns with the vision of our educators. It provided a pathway for the teachers to create and form a transformative and meaningful experience.
Principal Rossetti was quoted saying, “At King’s College Bahamas, we believe in nurturing each student’s journey and fostering a genuine love for learning. We believe in equipping our students not just for today but for the ever-evolving future.”