24 January 2024, London
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The Bett Awards
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.
Meet our amazing panel of EdTech industry leaders, advisors and professionalsMeet the judges
Don't just take our word for it:
Leslie Hernandez, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Education, UnityWe are thrilled to have had the opportunity to sponsor Bett 2023 and witness the incredible power of EdTech companies in supporting students to achieve their goals. Seeing the innovative solutions and technologies showcased at the event truly demonstrates the potential of the education industry. At Unity, we are proud to be a part of this community and look forward to continuing to support and collaborate with like-minded individuals and organizations.
Matt Koster-Marcon, Learning Ladders
"Everyone at Learning Ladders is so proud to win this Bett Award – our second win in three years feels amazing! The Bett Awards are the Oscars of the education world, recognised globally as a benchmark of excellence. Learning Ladders is revolutionising how schools improve student progress by connecting improved assessment data with automated parental involvement at scale, using school’s live data, so every adult knows how to help every student, every day. To be recognised in this way gives us a huge boost. A massive thank you to everyone – we’ll be back next year even better!"
"We are delighted to have won a Bett award and thoroughly enjoyed the awards ceremony. Mathigon’s mission is to share our love for mathematics, and we hope that this award can help us reach even more students, all around the world."
Ben Henderson-Palmer, Robotical
"Thank you so much – it was such a fun evening! Winning the award was a truly awesome experience, we were up against some large and well-established names in the industry so I had thought our chances were slim. The win has been felt by every member of our small team who have been working tirelessly to make Marty a perfect fit for teachers and their students. To get this recognition for our dedication and hard work has been such a huge boost – thank you so much!"
Caroline Hamilton, White Rose Maths
"What an absolute honour to have received this award from Bett – the team is thrilled to bits! Everyone involved with producing our resources can feel extremely proud knowing they are helping grow children’s maths learning at an early age. We are so grateful and say a big thank you to the millions of teachers and parents globally for continuing to believe in our products"
James Dallison, Guide Education
"We are proud to receive this award and recognition. Thanks Bett. Most importantly this award goes to our school partners who have championed Guide learning content and technology since 2016, they believed in us and we believe that they deserved a better way to train their staff, improve their careers and most importantly enjoy their teaching practice"
Jon Gunnar Thordarson, CEO of Mussila
"We are proud and honoured to accept the Bett Awards! This recognition proves that we have successfully created a digital learning solution that motivates children to learn because, in Mussila, they learn through play. Music has no borders, and it means a lot to us to win the best International Educational Recourse because we want all children to be able to access quality musical solutions no matter where they are. This award motivates us to carry on our journey to use our “learn, play, and create” methodology in more subjects. This month we launched Mussila WordPlay, an English reading comprehension app for the global market. Children are natural learners, and we need to offer them creative learning solutions that spark curiosity, so they are motivated to learn!- Thank you"!
Pearson & Mable Therapy
Mable co-founder and Clinical Director Martha Currie said: “It’s such a huge honour to have won a Bett award. We created Mable Therapy to make sure no school ever has to jump through hoops or face long wait times to give their pupils therapeutic support. To have that recognised by the Bett awards is incredible, and it hopefully means even more schools will hear about us.” Co-founder and CEO Elliot Agro added: “To have the support of Pearson means the world to us. They have decades of expertise in supporting pupils to meet their potential, so for them to recognise how vital our service is is incredibly rewarding.”
Ruth Atkinson, RENAISSANCE
“We couldn’t be prouder to have been named Company of the Year (Over £3m Turnover) at the 2022 Bett Awards. At Renaissance, we’re committed to accelerated learning for all, and we are honoured that Bett have recognised our commitment to this mission. We’d like to say a huge thank you to the thousands of schools and educators across the world who use our solutions to guide their teaching and help their students reach their full potential.”
John & Ann Crick, Crick Software
“It’s a massive honour to receive the Bett Outstanding Achievement Award – a very big thank you to everyone involved in the decision. A lot has changed since starting in our back bedroom 29 years ago, but the continuous improvement of our products continues with the same passion as ever. Our talented and dedicated team at Crick, together with the support and suggestions from the worldwide Clicker community play a central role in the ongoing story of Crick Software. Day after day, teachers everywhere are helping pupils of all abilities to reach their full potential, and we’re very proud to be a part of that.”
Nicola Reddy, COO, Maths Circle Ltd
“The Maths Circle team are all chuffed to bits to have been named Company of the Year (less than £3m turnover) at the Bett Awards 2022. What an accolade! We are so grateful to Bett and our supportive community of teachers, parents and tutors, and are really proud that our programmes – Times Tables Rock Stars and NumBots – are making a big difference to maths outcomes for children across the world.”