The shortlist for the BETT Awards 2012 has been released and EducationCity.com is delighted to announce that they have been nominated for:

BETT Awards 2012 finalist
  • ICT Company of the Year for providing educational establishments with high-quality, safe ICT services appropriate to their everyday teaching and learning needs.
  • Exporter of the Year proving an outstanding record of export success in ICT products or services to the education market.
  • Primary Digital Resource for the new EAL (Learn English) module rewarding exemplary software and content for the primary sector.
    As the result of a partnership between the BETT show organisers, EMAP Connect and BESA – the BETT awards celebrate the very best in ICT for education. These prestigious awards are regarded to be the most highly esteemed in the industry, showcasing outstanding digital products that serve the education sector.

These nominations are testament to the commitment of our employees whose passion and belief continues to add to the scale and scope of our high-quality, safe ICT resource providing an exceptional standard of support to students and teachers.”

Richard Whalley, Managing Director of EducationCity.com

The BETT Award winners will be announced during the week of BETT at the BETT Awards 2012, which will take place at the Hilton, Park Lane, London on 11th January 2012. To find out more about EducationCity.com’s products, its new and exciting upgrades and its 10% special show discount, visit us at BETT on stand E50.

ENDS

UK PRESS CONTACT

Sayle Davis
Schools Marketing Executive
0844 225 3060

sayled@educationcity.com

About EducationCity.com

EducationCity.com is an award-winning online teaching, learning and assessment resource trusted and used in over 15,300 subscribing schools and by nearly 3 million children. All activities are curriculum mapped to QCA and Primary Frameworks for literacy and mathematics in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and to the Curriculum for Excellence in Scotland.

EducationCity.com is a resource priced by module, so purchasers can buy as much or as little as they like. Covering maths, literacy, science, French, German and Spanish from Foundation to Key Stage 3 transition, whole-school subscriptions start from just £80/module/year.

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Monday, 14. November 2011