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23rd February 2007 at 00:00
Learn the power of Q

Fun and effective educational quizzes for children aged five to 18 are on offer at the touch of a button with Quizam, a new learning tool from Canada. And 10 lucky readers have the chance to win the software. There are more than 700 quizzes and 20,000 questions to choose from, and every time a user repeats a quiz, a new set of multiple choice questions appear. It is an ideal way for teachers to assess pupil performance and if you can't find the topic you're looking for, Quizam allows you to make up your own question sets. It is available on CD-Rom or can be downloaded at

To be in with a chance of winning a Quizam CD-Rom and school site licence (worth pound;25), send a postcard to Treats, TES Magazine, Admiral House, 66-68 East Smithfield, London E1W 1BX, marking your entry Quizam.

Alternatively, email, putting Quizam in the subject box.

The first 10 entries picked out will be the winners. By sending us your name and address you agree to The TES Magazine sending you this prize. We will not use your details for other communications. The closing date for entries is March 1.

* Congratulations to the winners of the Casablanca poster: Simon Reeve, Maghull, Liverpool; Philip Hardwick, Batley, West Yorkshire; Jonathan Jones, West Bridgford, Nottingham; Ian Wilson, Thames Ditton, Surrey; Anne Smyth, Kings Heath, Birmingham; Adam Martin, Carisbrooke High School, Newport, Isle of Wight; Kate Farrell, Castlebrae Community High School, Edinburgh; Les Martin, Winkfield Row, Berks; Nick Davey, Chesterfield; Thomas Williams, Liverpool; Sally Tetlow, Bourne, Lincolnshire; Louise Conaghan, London; Derek Hotchkiss, Earnock, Hamilton; Julia Murphy, Lampeter, Ceredigion; Ian Horner, Stony Stratford; Lynis Williams, Brooklands School, Reigate, Surrey; Carolyn Dickinson, Brighton; Margaret McKenna, Marston Magna, Somerset; Stephen Forster, Peterborough; Chris Conway, Solihull, West Midlands; Beatrice Davies, Oxford; Evelyn McDonald, Easthaven by Carnoustie, Angus; Carol White, Stone, Staffs; Eleanor Langston-Jones, Perry Barr, Birmingham; Kim Mason, Sharnbrook Upper School, Sharnbrook, Beds.

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