Together again: celebrating the education community at the Bett Awards 2021

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Together again: celebrating the education community at the Bett Awards 2021

05 Aug 2021
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Together again: celebrating the education community at the Bett Awards 2021

After three postponements, several changes of venue and all manner of additional safety measures, Bett was thrilled to bring the education community together at the Hurlingham Club on Thursday 22 July. The community met to celebrate the significant achievements of the education community at the annual Bett Awards. The beautiful sunshine certainly enhanced the occasion as over 300 educators and tech companies were entertained by a band, delicious food and the comedy of Stephen K. Amos.

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A wonderful afternoon at a stunning venue celebrating everyone’s hard work and contribution in the Education sector with an epic crowd. Couldn’t be any better! – Bob Usher – LGfL Content Manager

The Bett Awards are a celebration of the inspiring creativity and innovation that can be found throughout technology for education. Produced in association with Besa, being a Bett Award-winner is simply the best way to showcase your organisation with a sign of excellence.

Competition was as strong as ever, with well-known contenders and new faces in every category. Bett and Besa recognise the hard work and achievements of all the shortlisted entrants and are delighted to announce the winners:

International Digital Educational Resource

Winner: Fiction Express

Highly Commended: Ideas Roadshow – IBDP Portal

The Global Showcase Award for International Edtech Programme of the Year

Winner – Education and Youth Board of Estonia

Innovator of the Year

Winner: SchoolCloud

Best Educational Resource for Parents or Home Learning

Winner: EdPlace

Early Years Content

Winner: Yellow Door – Early Number and Pre-coding App Collection

Primary Content

Winner: Charanga Musical School

Secondary Content

Winner: GCSE Pod

Classroom Aids for Learning, Teaching and Assessment

Winner: Britannica Digital Learning – Britannica LaunchPacks

Free Digital Content or Open Education Resources

Winner: Earth Cubs

Highly Commended: VEX Robotics – VEXcodeVR

Educational Apps

Winner: squirrel Learning – GoRead

Highly Commended: Kaligo

Digital Devices

Winner: PASCO Scientific - //code.Node Solution Set

Leadership and Management Solution

Winner: STEER Education

Whole School Aids for Learning, Teaching & Assessment

Winner: Satchel One

Service and Support

Winner: Plum Innovations

Special Educational Needs Solutions

Winner: Crick Software Clicker

Highly Commended: RS Assessment from Hodder Education – Special Needs Assessment Profile (SNAP)

Higher Education or Further Education Digital Services

Winner: Medify Online – UCAT Course

Highly Commended: The Skills Network

Collaboration with a School

Winner: LGfL for ReadingZone Live with Cheam Common Junior Academy & the LEO Academy Trust

The Education Show Award for School Resources & Equipment for Learning, Teaching and Wellbeing

Winner: Teach Active

Company of the Year (Less than £3m turnover)

Winner: SchoolCloud

Highly Commended: ClickView

Company of the Year (More than £3m turnover)

Winner: National Education Group

Outstanding Achievement Award

Winner: David Jaffa, Founder of SAM Learning

Full details of all shortlisted entrants for all categories can be found here

Bett and Besa are now inviting applications for the Bett Awards 2022. Check out the website to see how you, your company or your school could enter. The Bett Advisory Board have reviewed all categories and made a number of changes, reflecting evolution in how products are being used across education settings. New categories and new opportunities to invite applications from the broader community. Check out the website and apply now! https://bettawards.awardspro.co.uk/ 

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