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The return of EducationCity's PlayLive Challenge Week

The online teaching, learning and assessment resource is inviting all primary schools to take part in the event, held from 17th-22nd June

Posted by Julian Owen | June 13, 2018 | Events

EducationCity has extended an invitation all primary schools to take part in its PlayLive Challenge Week, held between Sunday 17th and Friday 22nd June.

The event celebrates all that is mathematical and word-related. The focus will initially be on key skills, before culminating in the Challenge Day itself (21st June for schools outside the UK, 22nd June for UK-based establishments).

There will be a PlayLive Maths and English competition per year group, with the two schools acquiring the best score in any individual game crowned the winners. Each winning school will receive a prize of four months’ free access to EducationCity, as well as goody bags for the winning students.

Last year over 1,700 schools took part and we’re looking to better that this year,” said Richard Whalley, Managing Director of EducationCity. “We want as many schools as possible to get involved, so even if your school does not subscribe to EducationCity at the moment, we’d love you to take a free trial for the period of the challenge and join in. It promises to be a lot of fun!”

For further info, please visit educationcity.com.

 

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