Our three Global Investor simulations - Finance Lab, Dealing Room and Trading Floor - transform trading on the financial markets into rewarding collaborative learning experiences and effective tools for teachers and trainers.
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Use it in the classroom to support Maths, Business Studies and Economics. Use it with all students to develop Skills, Financial Capability and Work-related Learning. A...
The three simulations support many aspects of the Business, Accounting and Finance curricula. They are guaranteed to develop Key Skills, Functional Skills and Financial Capability...
Our simulations meet the subject area demands of Business and Finance courses. They also provide a valuable support tool for outreach and recruitment programmes...
Use the simulations for staff development and team-building. Sponsor an inter-schools event in your region or buy the resource for a local school. Facilitates links between...
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"Dealing Room allows pupils to apply their understanding of mathematics to a real life situation in such a creative and refreshing way. I have written this into the scheme of work for all our KS4 classes. It's FAB!"
Lindsay Porter, Head of Maths, Moorside High School, Salford
"The Investment Challenge competition gives pupils a real feel for what it would be like to work in this industry and it really interests them."
Hannah Thomas, Economics Teacher, St. Joseph's RC High School
"Finance Lab gave our students the opportunity to experience how maths is used in a real life situation and encourages them to pursue a careers in financial services. It also gives them an insight into university life."
Jonathan Price, Head of Sixth Form, Heolddu Comprehensive School
"The Investment Challenge competition final at the Cardiff School of Managament gave my students an invaluable insight into a university environment and it showed them how a university differs from a school."
Sarah Rea, Business Studies Teacher, Brynmawr Foundation School
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