The Bett Arena speakers for Bett 2017 have been announced, and are set to include Heston Blumenthal, Sir Tony Robinson, Ed Stafford, Eric Sheninger and Professor Stephen Heppell – to name just a few. The Bett Arena will host educators from across the globe, gathering on the show’s centre stage for a passionate, open, knowledgeable and entertaining look at how we can create a better future through education.

Hitachi Digital Media Group have been named a finalist in the Technology InAVation Awards 2017 in the “Technology for Small Group Presentation – under 20 people” category. The brand was nominated for it’s new LED projector technology, which is ideal for customers in the education market thanks to a range of new and exclusive features.

Bett Awards partners i2i Events Group and BESA (The British Educational Suppliers Association) have announced the launch of the education sector’s 20th annual Bett Awards. This ceremony brings together developers, suppliers and educational practitioners each year to recognise, reward and celebrate ICT excellence in the education sector. The 2017 awards introduce three new categories: ‘Best Education Support Resource for Parents/Home Learning’, ‘Edtech Start-up company of the Year’ and ‘Higher Education Digital Services'.

Two UK pupils have gained major recognition in STEM education. Tom Sussex of Winterbourne International Academy and Jack Mills of The Studio School in Liverpool have respectively won a nationwide 3D Design Competition and been selected as a finalist for this year’s BAFTA Young Game Developer (YGD).

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