Bett Awards 2021 winners revealed
Congratulations to the 2021 Bett Awards winners.
All the category winners and highly commended were announced at the lunchtime ceremony on Thursday 22 July at The Hurlingham in London.
“The whole team here at STEER team is honoured and humbled to receive such a prestigious award for a solution which is changing the leadership of schools, and the life chances of children, all across the UK. We feel the award is a reflection of our work to improve the lives of tens of thousands of young people by our efforts so far, and as such we feel the award is for the schools we work with and everyone in them as much as being for our company."
“We are delighted to receive the award for our collaboration with two fantastic partners, ReadingZone and the Leo Academy Trust. The outcome of which has been the production of a truly inclusive and inspiring set of resources for both teachers and children which we hope will be of value to the whole schools sector”
“We were all so proud already just getting to the final, but to win a Bett award feels incredible. It recognises all of the hard work and dedication from our amazing team, who are hell bent on inspiring kids and supporting teachers and parents. Thank you to all the team at Bett, and besa, and of course the judges for saying such lovely things about Earth Cubs!”
"We felt elated and ecstatic to have won the Bett Award for Classroom Aid for Learning, Teaching and Assessment. Geography and History GCSE Launch Packs has become a passion of ours and to have it recognised was a wonderful feeling."
UK Companies winner
“We’re honoured to have received this Bett award, which recognises the importance of responding quickly to the needs of children in an ever-changing environment. This award has helped to show that we are at the forefront of organisations striving to make a difference to the lives of teachers and students everywhere, something we’ll continue to do over the coming months and beyond.”
Caroline Hamilton, Head of White Rose Maths
Schools & Colleges winner
“Our school and community were thrilled when we were named a Covid-19 Response Champion in January 2021 at BETT. To have our St Barnabas team, and our communities of St Pauls and Montpelier, recognised for their united response to the many challenges we have faced has given us more energy and inspiration for the months ahead.”
Jon Barr + Debbie Fisher, Co-Headteachers St Barnabas CE VC Primary School (City of Bristol)