Achieve more with a subscription

Support personalised practice in maths, spelling and grammar with engaging games and topics aligned to the National Curriculum, CfE, Welsh LNF and Northern Irish curriculum.

Free account - Maths

  • 6 games
  • KS1-3
  • Set work on multiplication tables

Subject Subscription - Maths or Spelling & Grammar

  • 25 games
  • KS1-3 (Maths)
  • KS1-2 (Spelling & Grammar)
  • Set personalised practice on all maths topics OR
  • Spelling and grammar practice
  • Focused class and homework
  • Auto-marked assessments
  • Reward pupils with extra coins
  • Pupil activity reports
  • Class activity and progress reports
  • Year and school reports
  • Teacher training

Full Sumdog Subscription - Maths and Spelling & Grammar

  • 25 games
  • KS1-3  (Maths)
  • KS1-2 (Spelling & Grammar)
  • Set personalised practice on all maths topics
  • Spelling and grammar practice
  • Focused class and homework
  • Auto-marked assessments
  • Reward pupils with extra coins
  • Pupil activity reports
  • Class activity and progress reports
  • Year and school reports
  • Teacher training

Subscriptions unlock

Focused class and homework

Set focused class and homework to consolidate teaching and check understanding.

Individual activity tracking

Track how much time pupils are spending learning in class and at home.

Class activity and progress reports

Track activity and progress for pupils and classes – identify learning needs as they arise.

Assessments

Gauge ability, identify gaps and save time with auto-marked assessments.

Additional subjects

Set Spelling and Grammar practice with just a few clicks.

More engagement

Set your own school competitions or reward students with coins and encouraging messages.

“The thing I found particularly useful was the at-a-glance gradients of colour to show areas of strengths and weaknesses across the class - it's not just red, amber, green. The age-related placement was also very helpful. ”
Adele Key, Woodlea School

“Sumdog is amazing! All the pupils love playing the interactive games and more so when they can compete against each other! The contests give it another level of learning. Pupils want to do well. They want to get questions correct, to up the class average.”
Lynne McClelland, Teacher, Airdrie Academy