19/01/2022 to 21/01/2022

Bett is the global community for education technology. The event sparks ideas, creates connections and accelerates trade, driving impact and improving outcomes for teachers and learners. For the first time since the beginning of 2020, Bett returns to the ExCeL London on 19-21 January 2022 to reunite the global education community in person.

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Emily Blackwell explains how LapCabby have been creating storage, charging and syncing units for over 20 years to store all ICT devices.


Latest News from EB

The majority of teachers are facing confusion over the pay policy, while many are still waiting to learn whether their salaries will increase this year as schools struggle with budget cuts.

Schools could be given authority to request copies of marked GCSE exam papers that they consider to have been marked incorrectly, Ofqual has announced.

Exam regulator Ofqual has found that more than 90,000 GCSE and A-level results were changed after being challenged this summer.

The number of primary schools classed as underperforming has fallen by 92, according to data released by the Department for Education (DfE).

Schools Minister Nick Gibb has told MPs that teaching doesn’t have a ‘morale problem’ and that there is ‘no evidence’ that it is profession in crisis.

The National Crime Agency (NCA) has launched a new campaign that is aimed at discouraging young people in the UK from becoming involved in cyber crime.

Using ebooks makes boys keener to read and can significantly increase their reading progress, according to new research from the National Literacy Trust (NLT).

79 per cent of schools leaders who have advertised vacancies are facing recruitment problems, according to new research from the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT).

The government is considering applying to the Court of Appeal to challenge a High Court ruling that the new religious studies (RS) GCSE represents a ‘breach of duty’.

The use of technology in schools helps to build ‘character skills’, according to new research from Techknowledge for Schools.