We started out as enthusiastic tech people, building software that allowed non-technical teachers to create exciting learning resources to help them engage their students.
We’ve become education experts, we’ve learned how to make a real impact on children's lives. For 20 years our products have been changing the way that schools and teachers teach.
Frog allows teachers to focus on every child as an individual, whether that’s identifying areas where they need help, providing differentiated learning experiences, or giving them rich, formative feedback.
Rather than asking more of today’s increasingly burdened teachers, Frog does this in a way that can reduce teacher workload, by for example automating things like curriculum linked homework, while providing deep insights into where children need support.
At Frog we believe that if we find the right people everything else will fall into place. Our team consists of the most inspiring, hard working, and talented people in the industry and we’re proud to be here.
We work with education experts to help us develop our product in line with where education is today...
Mick’s teaching career extended over eighteen years including work in secondary, sixth form and Further Education institutions as well as work in Higher Education as an external examiner.
Alistair Smith has been described as the UK’s leading trainer in modern learning methods. He has delivered over 1,100 training and development events and is still counting.
Lord Sutherland is a distinguished British scholar and public servant. He was knighted in 1995 and raised to the peerage as Baron Sutherland of Houndwood in 2001.
In January 2013 The Streetly Academy became the first school in the country to move from an Ofsted “Satisfactory” judgement (Nov 2009) to “Outstanding” in a single 3 year cycle under the new, more challenging, framework.
Our partners help us put together resources relevant to our customers, while advising us on what challenges schools are facing currently so that we can align our products with the problems our schools need solving.