Millionaire for Schools is an exciting new partnership between Charanga and 2waytraffic to finally bring Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? – the world’s most popular quiz format – to an educational audience.
Charanga is a private company founded in 1996 and specialises in educational ICT, digital content development and licensing. Highly Commended in this year’s e-Government National Awards for Learning & Skills, Charanga’s technologies focus on enabling publishers, educators, and institutions to provide world-class digital learning resources for their communities of learners.
Charanga designed, built and operates both the Millionaire for Schools website and the Millionaire application. The quizzes and questions come from a broad cross section of teachers and are moderated and edited by an Advisory Board of consultants and subject leaders from the respective professional subject associations such as the Association of Science Educators, The Geographical Association etc.
2waytraffic, a Sony Pictures Entertainment company, is a global leader in the development, distribution and exploitation of light entertainment content across television, mobile and digital platforms. Founded in 2004 and headquartered in the Netherlands, 2waytraffic currently oversees activities in more than 60 territories worldwide.
In June 2008, the company was acquired by the Hollywood studio, Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE). 2waytraffic’s light entertainment catalogue has now been combined with that of SPE’s international television division – Sony Pictures Television (SPT) – creating one of the largest and most diverse light entertainment catalogues in the world.
"Millionaire for Schools is a thoroughly exciting project and I foresee a great future for it. I know the kids will just love using it - and because of that will also learn from it. It's great for teachers too - high impact, engaging digital resources that are straightforward to use."
Ian McNeilly, Director, National Association for the Teaching of English (NATE)
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