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EducationCity wins big at national awards

The team from EducationCity with their award EMN-160322-164226001
The team from EducationCity with their award EMN-160322-164226001

Rutland-based EducationCity, has been presented with an Education Resources Award in the ‘Education Exporter of the Year’ category at a highly prestigious award ceremony.

EducationCity is a leading developer of educational content based in the UK and with a strong international presence worldwide in over 70 countries.

Key to EducationCity’s international success is its flexibility in meeting key curriculum objectives across a number of curricula. At the awards, EducationCity were highly commended for their exceptional service and support offered to schools across the world.

The judges, an independent panel of experienced educational professionals, most of whom are classroom teachers said: “We were impressed with what appears to be a very hands on teaching, learning and assessment resource with flexible curriculum support.

“EducationCity is clearly very successful at developing strong relationships with international school groups in other countries and with overseas education Ministries which has helped them implement and embed their resource to students in more than 70 countries.”

Richard Whalley, managing director at EducationCity, said: “I am really proud of the whole team here at EducationCity. This award recognises our fantastic product and all the innovation and effort which goes into its continuous improvement.”

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