GO 4 Schools – Beyond the data at BETT 2020
Cambridge, UK – 6 December 2019 – GO 4 Schools, the Cambridge-based education technology company, today announced its attendance at the 2020 BETT show. The four-day event, which brings together nearly 1,000 of the world’s leading education technology companies and startups, will be held from January 22-25 at ExCeL London. The GO 4 Schools stand will be located at NP50 and will include talks and demonstrations of their new and existing products, as well as early demonstrations of their upcoming, cloud-based Management Information System (MIS).
Where the education sector is increasingly tasked with balancing high-stakes performance measures and the new Ofsted criteria for the quality of education, GO 4 Schools relieves that pressure by consolidating and updating information in real-time. This supports the inspection requirements even more by making the decision-making process faster, more holistic, and more intuitive. With the launch of their cloud-based MIS, GO 4 Schools will be able to further compound these benefits for their clients.
Jonathan Brenchley, founder and Managing Director of GO 4 Schools, said: “The sheer size of BETT really underscores its importance, and we’re here to show our own dedication to helping schools transform the way they work. Everyone knows how squeezed they are at the moment, and that solutions need to be affordable and dynamic. And more to the point, the solutions need to be built for the problems they face today.
“We’re really excited to able to provide exactly these. And we’re here to show schools how they’ll be able to get even more out of our platform with our MIS.”
In addition to presenting existing features, GO 4 Schools will be demonstrating upgrades to their current platform. These include new communication channels with parents, an overhauled user interface and navigation, and new management pages for the MIS.
With the MIS, schools will be able to reduce the number of systems they use, and increase efficiency with access to additional features. Being cloud-based will also increase security. However, the area of greatest improvement, according to the company, will be the gains client schools will see with lower costs and reduced staff workload.
Andrea Whiting, a former senior leader and the GO 4 Schools Director of Education Services, will be present at the company’s stand, along with the rest of her team. Andrea said that, ultimately, the mission of GO 4 Schools was to “improve outcomes for students.” The way to get there, she said, “isn’t just with data, it’s with the insight beyond the data, because our customers are busy, and any difference we can make for them will be a difference they can make with their students.”
GO 4 Schools’ attendance at BETT will be the 10th successive year they have exhibited at the show. In that time, the platform has grown to reach more than 350 member schools across England and Wales.
Schools can find out more about the company at www.go4schools.com, and they can contact the company at 01223 967 556 to request a free demo of the platform.
About GO 4 Schools:
GO 4 Schools is developed by Hyperspheric Solutions Ltd., an Education Technology company developing dynamic information management tools to support schools towards their full potential. Their platform delivers the most comprehensive and cost-effective solutions on the market, and features consolidated, real-time data accessible in the classroom and at home. Combining their technology with teacher, parent, and school senior leader insights, GO 4 Schools’ mission is to drive a new era of growth, technology and inspiration in schools.