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How to achieve a positive work balance

March 5th, 2018 / Naomi Lau

It’s inevitable that there comes a point in our lives that we want to run away from our problems. But…we’re not here to sympathise about you or to cry about it but to act on it. Let me fill you in with some teacher tips on keeping a positive work balance. Why is it important? […]

Emile travels to GESS Dubai 2018

February 27th, 2018 / Naomi Lau

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 Dubai is the largest education event in the […]

Awards & more – What we’ve been up to!

February 23rd, 2018 / Glen Jones

Emile has accomplished many awards and recognition over the last few months and thought we had better tell someone! We got off to a great start in November by being selected as one of 5 Edtech Innovations of 2017 by the world-famous Bookseller. The Bookseller magazine is a prestigious publication and has a huge online […]

How to fix your child’s sleep routine after the holidays

February 19th, 2018 / Naomi Lau

Holidays consist of going to sleep later and waking up later which can interrupt a child’s circadian rhythms. Therefore, children may find it harder to wake up in the morning as their sleep cycle is not used to this routine. You may have had family staying around or have even gone away for the holidays. […]

Maths games helping children

February 12th, 2018 / Naomi Lau

Throughout a child’s time at school, they will have been introduced to online maths games by their teacher. A class activity involves the whole classroom working together to learn a new skill as a team. A maths game can be used as a group activity or a chance to develop individually. It involves completing tasks […]

Time to gamify your classroom

January 9th, 2018 / Naomi Lau

Gamification is applying all the learning aspects into a game that engages with pupils. Why would gamification suit my classroom? All children love to play games and most of them love to compete against each other. What a better way to get children involved? so it’s a win win situation! By spicing up the class […]

Tips for parents about dyslexia

January 9th, 2018 / Naomi Lau

Dyslexia is a learning difficulty that can affect one’s performance in reading, writing and listening. Nevertheless, it does not affect their intelligence rather it’s on how they learn. For more information on the signs and symptoms click on here: As a parent, you want the best learning outcome for your child so here are […]

Useful tips to help your children like maths

October 12th, 2017 / Naomi Lau

We’ve all learnt it and now your child is going through it – the joys of maths! The word maths alone can cause anxiety in many of us. Here are a few easy tips to boost your child’s confidence in maths. It’s important that as a parent you can approach maths in a positive way […]

Get the best use out of iPads and Smartphones for your child

October 9th, 2017 / Naomi Lau

It was great being able to quickly type in YouTube ‘Peppa Pig’ and moments later there was complete and utter silence… or perhaps the only way to get them to eat dinner was to let them have the tablet. Now you’re feeling concerned, they’re growing up but all they seem to be doing is playing […]

Some thoughts about Mastery in Mathematics

October 4th, 2017 / Naomi Lau

Many schools in England are now adopting a Mastery approach to teaching various areas of the curriculum, including mathematics. However, interpretations of what this means vary. The National Centre of Excellence in Teaching Mathematics [NCETM] has a whole area devoted to exploring and explaining what this approach might involve: please see Below we have […]

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