FuseSchool - bite-size GCSE content to help support remote learners
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Fuse Universal funds its charity Fuse School. It has an ambitious mission: to bring free education to children all over the world. Fuse Universal is offering it as a resource to all.
This isn’t just a goal – FuseSchool is a reality, available right now to everyone.
In this uncertain world, Fuse Universal is offering it as a resource to all. As schools close, it's important to make remote learning a reality in the coming weeks and months.
All the resources and materials are completely free, and cover biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics – the entire UK GCSE curriculum. It's been produced by teachers and broken down into engaging, easily-digestible bitesized content (similar to BBC Bitesize).
FuseSchool's content has been well received across the globe and currently has 46.8 million views and 309k subscribers on its YouTube Channel.
Here's a short video to show people how to access FuseSchool.
Fuse Universal is a learning technology company which helps large and fast-growing companies build a culture of continuous learning and drive measurable improvements in business performance. Used by over 120 customers worldwide, including Spotify, Adidas, Scandic and Vodafone, The Fuse platform combines machine learning and artificial intelligence with beautifully-designed tools to enable content curation, creation, and crowdsourcing.