At Eedi, we've partnered up with leading content creators to ensure you have access to the highest quality assessments. 

The only decision you have to make is, what is the scheme of work for?

To do this, watch the video or read the information below:


Below is a list of the schemes we have available:

KS4 - GCSE

  • Edexcel
  • ORC
  • AQA
  • Eedi (created by Craig Barton 🤓)

KS1-3 Mastery Schemes

  • White Rose Maths
  • AET

For GCSE, if you follow the recommended scheme provided by the awarding body, you should use their scheme of work on Eedi. 

The alternative option - which suits every school - if your scheme of work is bespoke you may find your topics are more granular than the awarding body - if that is the case, you should use the fantastic Eedi scheme. 

For KS1-3 we have White Rose Maths and AET. If you follow either of these mastery schemes your choice will be easy. If you don't, check them both out - they're fantastic and you can adjust the order if you need to. AET topic units are between 1.5 - 3 weeks each, White Rose topic units are 0.5-1 weeks each.

Best of luck!

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