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Mathematics, English, Science and more! A comprehensive program of online educational activities for students aged 4 to 12, mapped to the curriculum.

Studyladder has thousands of engaging learning resources for children; including games, video tutorials and printable activity sheets.


For students

Build a strong educational foundation with fun and engaging activities that cater for children aged 4 - 12.


For parents

Help your child reach their potential with powerful learning tools tailored to meet their educational needs.


For teachers

Access thousands of high quality learning resources to complement your teaching programs.


For homeschool

Make homeschooling easier with everything you need in one place, all mapped to the school curriculum.

Access to thousands of tutorials & practical lessons

Unlike many other online tools, Studyladder covers a wide range of subjects including Mathematics, English, Science and project activities. Check out our learning resources and subjects to see what we have to offer.

Subjects we specialise in

Building a strong foundation

Studyladder is a comprehensive program which caters for children aged 4 to 12. A strong foundation during the formative years of a child’s education develops confidence and better learning outcomes.

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Why parents and teachers love Studyladder:

“Thank you so much for this website & the reports. My daughter loves going on ‘the program’ & she has told me her teacher is very impressed with her improvement. It is quite frankly the best money I have ever spent on my child. I really cannot thank you enough for providing this, it really is brilliant. Thank you from a very very happy parent.”

Vanessa Wills, Parent

“You guys are fantastic. I definitely find myself taking for granted all the awesome online and printable resources available for both individual student and whole class use. Just a quick message to say it is much appreciated, and I'm sure there any lots of different teachers around the country who feel the same.”

Richard Goodson, Teacher