Why EMAS UK?
We are here to support you
- EMAS UK is used in over 10% of all UK schools
- School’s are reporting a 70% reduction time in the time it takes to learn English
- With EMAS UK, learners are supported from the minute they enter the classroom
- Speak and interact with parents and carers, and the wider community
- Listen to John Foxwell our leading educationalist and co-founders presentation
National Award Winning
- BETT 2010 - Innovation for Two Can Talk, find out more ....
- BETT 2011 - Tools for Leaning and Teaching for Two Can Talk, find out more....
- ERA 2011 - Best Educational Book for our PIP, find out more.....
EMAS UK is used by all ages and types of schools
'I have used the text translation part to translate key words and worksheets for students in maths classes so that the EAL students have bilingual copies.’
'It helps when pupils have very little English… It is original because it actually speaks to you... the pupils like it... to navigate...'
'We use Two Can Talk for pupil mentoring by other students who can explain classroom concepts or even just helping them chat about unusual subjects’
'The site is very easy to use and the characters interact... to be able to hear the translation of the text is a fantastic tool when trying to communicate with a student’
'Students can independently work on their GCSE revision, coursework or their homework by using Talking Tutor. This gives them more confidence to work independently.'
'We had an important change in tie uniform policy that needed to be understood clearly by all parents. The pastoral team used Talking Tutor to ensure this key message was translated clearly for all parent groups.'
'I have found it invaluable when talking to new parents in their home language and it is extremely useful as it lets them talk back in English, raising any of their concerns.’
'The most important benefit of using Talking Tutor and Two Can Talk is that it saves valuable time in the day, avoiding confusion and letting the student progress at their own pace. I couldn’t imagine life without it.'
'Two Can Talk allowed our Polish student a voice when involved in a playground dispute.'