SAM Labs and WMnet bring computing alive!

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SAM Labs and WMnet are absolutely delighted to announce their new partnership, helping to bring computing and wider STEM/STEAM activities alive using exciting easy to use innovative technology in the classroom. Working with WMnet members, SAM Labs have demonstrated how scientific concepts can be brought to life alongside an active approach to computational thinking, made easy through the lesson plans. The unique programming app combined with the physical SAM Labs Bluetooth blocks, expose both the process and coding in a way that not only surfaces but also deepens the learning experience of students. From the simple and smart introduction of computational concepts, all can be achieved through the rigorous lesson plans which are aligned to the 2014 National Curriculum. It isn’t surprising that WMnet members have been so keen to get involved more and pass on the good news to schools in our region.

Daniel Neeld, SAM Labs’ Head of EMEA Sales said,

SAM Labs are passionate to see the developers and programmers of tomorrow enthused and excited. We believe our products do just that, but also understand the huge part the teaching profession plays in our hopes. As such, we are delighted to be a sponsor partner of WMnet, working with professionals of a similar passion who can help schools to drive the aspirations and dreams of the youngsters they are serving. Our partnership couldn’t be better aligned!”

Bren Taylor, chair of WMnet, comments,

“From the moment our teaching and learning community of WMnet first saw SAM Labs in action, we knew we had to do something together and get the message across to our schools that there was something that could make a huge difference. At a time when we are challenged by Ofsted to provide rich, broad, balanced and exciting curriculums, SAM Labs couldn’t have come along at a better time. We are extremely grateful for the financial support this sponsor partnership provides for WMnet and we look forward to helping inform the future development path of SAM Labs as it continues to evolve the offering it makes to schools.”

For further information, contact Daniel Neeld (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) so that he and his team can arrange a time to meet with you to discuss not only your objectives around STEM/STEAM but also demonstrate how easy to use and impactful SAM Labs can be to your classroom.


If you are interested in becoming a WMnet sponsor, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.