Whizz Education Around the World
We envision a world in which individual online learning is vitally important to raising national and international academic achievement, with Whizz Education as a globally recognized benchmark for quality.
Over 100,000 students worldwide receive instruction through Math-Whizz. Whether using Tutoring Plus, Teachers’ Resource or a combination of both, students have been positively impacted by Whizz Education. With offices in London, Seattle and Dubai, Whizz Education takes a consultative approach to developing international markets by working with a variety of partners. Whizz Education has been taking on reseller and distribution partners since 2010.
Some of Our Partners
|iLearn New – Zealand
Working in partnership with Whizz Education, i-Learn raises standards in maths throughout New Zealand. i-learn work with many schools in New Zealand to raise standards in maths, as well as other subjects.
|INT – Russia
The first foreign language version of Maths-Whizz was developed in partnership with INT in 2011 named Мат-Решка and includes fully localized Russian content for ages 5-10. Whizz Education and INT are currently working on implementation of Maths-Whizz in all primary schools in Moscow, as well as extending our school customer base across Russia.
|Inteltech – Mexico|
|Nanmeebooks – Thailand|
Memberships and Professional Associations
Whizz Education is a member of the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA). BESA members supply to both UK and international markets across curriculums and at all levels. BESA members subscribe to a Code of Practice, promoting the quality, safety and reliability of products and services offered.
|Institute of Export
As a result of winning the Queens Award for Enterprise 2012: International Trade, Whizz Education is a member of the Institute of Export: International Trade. This professional membership body represents and supports the interests of everyone involved in import, export and international trade.
Whizz Education is a partner in this 3 year collaborative European project (Nov 2012 – Oct 2015). The overall aim of the project is to develop a learning platform to support children aged 5 to 11 learning mathematics. The system will be able to provide recommendations and individualized feedback.