On Wednesday 11 January 2012 at the Hilton Hotel, EducationCity.com was presented with the ICT Exporter of the Year award, a true accolade to their excellence in ICT and international presence.

The BETT Awards were announced to over 600 guests, with the comedian Patrick Monahan presenting the awards to the winning companies.

BETT Awards 2012 winner

EducationCity.com is delighted to be awarded ICT Exporter of the Year, it is fantastic recognition of the hard work and dedication of the entire team. It reflects the ongoing commitment to interconnected resources backed by regular upgrades, excellent service and sound educational techniques.

Richard Whalley, Managing Director of EducationCity.com, adds, “We are exceedingly grateful to the judges and particularly the teachers whose continued feedback on EducationCity.com both in the UK and internationally drives our continued development and commitment to ongoing educational excellence.”

Ray Barker, director of BESA, adds, “As BETT has become the international showcase for what the UK can offer the world in educational ICT, it is important to recognise the value of the BETT Awards as a robust, criteria-led, quality mechanism for promoting the best technological solutions that really work in classrooms. The BETT Awards are now the standard by which the UK and international education industry can recognise and reward valuable and innovative resources.”



Sayle Davis
Senior Marketing Executive

0844 225 3060



Peter Johnson
Marketing Manager

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BETT 2012 EducationCity presentation







EducationCity.com receive their BETT Award for Exporter of the Year

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, Spanish and English as an Additional Language from Foundation to Key Stage 3 transition, whole-school subscriptions start from just £80/module/year. EducationCity.com welcomes enquiries from international distributers and re-sellers worldwide

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Thursday, 12. January 2012