Emile travels to Dubai and to GESS 2018

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We have arrived in Dubai for the GESS 2018 event and the Emile team are very excited to be exhibiting our product from the 27th Feb-1st March. If you’re curious about what we do or looking for inspiration be sure to come by and say hello!

GESS 2018 is the largest education event in the whole of the Middle East. It is a place for educators, workshops and other businesses to be able to network and share innovative new ideas, products and techniques.

Where to find us

We will be at stand Q63 next to the innovation stage.

A great opportunity to find out more about Emile and even get a chance to play with our newest educational games for yourself!

Come along, visit us and ask us questions. We are more than happy to discuss what works best for your students or any future ideas you may feel will benefit your schools.

Ask us details about

– How every game has a learning objective and covers the UK curriculum and The Big Ideas of Mathematics.

-How each game puts mathematics into context.

-How the games require players to solve problems and improve their fluency.

-How the games support children learning English as an Additional Language (EAL).

-The enchanting story throughout Emile.


It’s still not too late to register:  click here for free.

We look forward to meeting you!

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