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Comedian Jo Brand announced the winners of the 16th annual Bet awards at The Brewery, London. The awards recognise


outstanding education sector resources, learning solutions and companies. The judges, who are all educational professionals, focus on what works in the classroom or the school seting in terms of design, cost-effectiveness, support of higher order thinking skills and effective learning and teaching styles.


And the winners are...


✥ Early Years Digital Content: Rising Stars - Switched on ICT in the Early Years (pictured, right)


✥ Primary Digital Content: Twig World - Tigtag


✥ Secondary Digital Content: Mathspace UK Ltd - Mathspace


✥ ICT Tools for Learning and Teaching: IGGY - University of Warwick


✥ Digital Collections and Resource Banks: London Grid for Learning - The History of Computing


✥ ICT Special Educational Needs Solutions: Inclusive Technology Ltd / HelpKidzLearn - ChooseIt! Maker 3


✥ Digital Devices: Fourier Education - einsteinTablet+


✥ ICT Leadership and Management Solutions: 2Simple Software - 2Build a Profile


✥ Innovation in ICT: TeacherCentric Ltd - Show My Homework


✥ ICT Exporter of the Year: Promethean Ltd


✥ International Digital Education Resource: Litle Bridge World - Litle Bridge


✥ ICT Services and Support: Groupcall Ltd


✥ ICT Company of the Year - less than £1m turnover: Room Booking System Ltd


✥ ICT Company of the Year - between £1m - £10m turnover: 3P Learning


✥ ICT Company of the Year - over £10m turnover: Espresso Education


✥ Free Digital Content/Open Educational Resources: Microsoft - Kodu


✥ Marketing Campaign of the Year: Oxford University Press - Oxford Owl Campaign


✥ Educational Apps: Daydream Education - Multiplication App


✥ Bet Exhibition Stand of the Year 2014: Education City


✥ Outstanding Achievement in ICT Education: Lewis Bronze, Espresso Education


Caroline Wright, director of BESA, the sector’s trade association, said: “The quality of entries for this year’s awards has been outstanding. It is hugely exciting to see such an excellent range of products and services on offer to schools, especially with the introduction of the new National Curriculum in September this year. “The winner’s products


and services ensure the UK ICT industry continues to be recognised as the best in the world. The quality of these learning resources is a testament to businesses operating within the UK education sector.” ET


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