Further

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 and deliver an authentic Work-Related Learning experience.

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Spanish versions of Finance Lab and Dealing Room included free. Buy Now

Key Benefits:

Linking with local companies

Use our simulation games to engage with local business in a relaxed and informal environment.

Skills development

The resource helps develop personal learning and thinking skills and provides a platform for students to demonstrate their Maths and English skills and knowledge.

Enterprise education

The Trading Floor game is designed for larger group enrichment activities or enterprise days.

Outreach and enrichment activities

Institutions will find the simulations useful for outreach and enrichment activities. Click on the Manchester College video above for an insight.

Testimonial videos:

Barry McGurk, Business Education
Cardinal Newman High School

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"Dealing Room introduces our pupils to the excitement of numbers, and the importance of the decimal point! Also, to a world of which they have little knowledge, but which is having a major effect on their lives."

Sarah Hodnett, Lead Academic Tutor, Maths, John Madejski Academy, Reading

"There are many competing resources available but Global Investor is particularly engaging for our pupils."

Steven Rees, Assistant Headteacher, Y Pant School

“Thank you for allowing Walton High's Year 12 students to participate in this year's fantastic Enterprise Network challenge.”

Hannah Mathias, IAG, WRL and Business Links Coordinator, Walton High 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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