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Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Ascential Events
Where Excel London, London

The Bett Show takes place from 25 – 28 January 2017 at Excel London.

Naace will be at there for the duration of the event – it’s free to attend the event but don’t forget to register here before you go!





Naace at Bett 2017

We will be on stand G135 with Naace members and partners on hand ready to support with independent advice and guidance. This year on our stand we’re highlighting the imperative of partnering approaches that can build a momentum towards an EdTech entitlement.

The Naace partners helping us this year are:

–       E2BN, ThinkIT around procurement

–       DigitalMe on the Open Badge Academy

–       Shakespeare and British Science Week and

–       TLM on Open Source solutions, Baseline Computing Tests and cost effective approaches to accreditation

We will also have some of our Naace Delivery Partners on hand to offer advice.

More about Naace @ Bett2017 can be found here


Naace and BETT Futures

Bett is the world’s leading education technology show. Bett celebrates the progression and potential of education technology on a global scale, encouraging education professionals from around the world to meet face to face, share best practice, learn from experts in the industry and discover the technology to fuel their vision for the future of education.

Naace is delighted to partner with Bett 2017 – find us on stand G135 in January.

Naace is a proud supporter of the BETT Futures 2017 Programme. Futures was launched in 2015 as the new, purpose built home for the world’s most inspiring edtech startups, right in with the action on the Bett show floor. The area has been introduced to celebrate brave thinking, new products and education ‘game changers’.

All applicants for BETT Futures 2017 will receive access to the Naace Partnership Programme, free of charge for 6 months from the 1st February 2017. To find out more about this offer and about BETT Futures please visit this site.


Naace Primary Learn Live Sessions

The Naace sessions in the Primary Learn Live theatre are as follows:

Wednesday 25 January,15.00-15.30: Helen Hackett – Teaching for Mastery in Mathematics – is there a role for ICT?

Thursday 26 January, 15.00-15.30: John Galloway – Inclusive approaches to beginning with programming

Thursday 26 January, 15.45-16.15: Mark Chambers & Paul Scott – Naace Services to Schools – session sponsored by Plum Innovations

Friday 27 January, 13.30-14.00: Tim Bleazard – The Game Maker’s Toolkit – Independent, Personalised Programming

Saturday 28 January, 14.00-14.30: Martin Bailey  Bringing the Curriculum to Life

More info about these sessions and others in the Primary Learn Live theatre can be found at http://www.bettshow.com/Content/Learn-Live-Primary