3P Learning, leading provider of digital learning resources for schools and families, is pleased to announce that it has won two GESS (Gulf Educational Supplies & Solutions) Education Awards; ‘Early Years Resource of the Year’ for its Reading Eggs literacy resource and‘Secondary Resource of the Year’ for its numeracy resource Mathletics. The winners were announced at a Gala dinner at the H Hotel in Dubai on 5 March.
3P Learning is a global leader in digital learning resources for school aged children. All its resources (Mathletics, Spellodrome, Reading Eggs and IntoScience) are designed by educators to be engaging and targeted and are aligned to a large number of international curricula. 3P Learning has over 4 million learners and 20,000 schools in its global community.
3P’s flagship numeracy resource, Mathletics, is currently used by over 700 schools in the Middle East region. It offers an engaging, personalised and differentiated learning environment, promoting the love of learning maths and helps increase attainment, achievement, learner engagement, motivation and confidence.
Reading Eggs is a highly motivational online environment where children learn to read and develop a love of reading. The resource supports each child’s learning by offering individual, one-to-one lessons that allow children to progress at their own rate.
Jayne Warburton, CEO of 3P Learning in Europe and the Middle East commented:
“To receive these awards is a great achievement that recognises the range and diversity of our resources that instil a lifelong love of learning. This is our first educational award for Reading Eggs and it is very fitting that it has come just before World Book Day!
We are also delighted that Mathletics won the award for best Secondary Resource. Available in English and Arabic, Mathletics contains thousands of activities and support tools for learners and teachers. There is no better way to learn maths. We are proud to be building on the success of our recent ‘ICT Company of the Year 2014’ award win at BETT and our three Education Resources Awards 2014 nominations.”
The judges commented on the high level of entries and the winners were selected by a judging panel involving teachers who commented on the engaging resources that had been customised to meet the requirements of schools and learners in the Middle East.