Discover the full range of NetSupport’s award-winning solutions (including our Bett 2020 finalist!) and their new features at Bett 2020 (ExCeL London, 22-25 January 2020) on stand NL44.

Plus, discover how to rev up your edtech impact, collect your own copy of our Digital Strategy Guide, hear from a range of industry experts in our Speaker Zone and take part in NetSupport Radio (the official broadcaster of Bett 2020) – and so much more!

How to find our stand…

Speaker Zone

Time

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

12:00

 

 – Zone opens – 

Bukky Yusuf

Loving and Leading EdTech

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Ian Rockey

Developing confidence and resilience through education radio
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Digital Leaders

‘Too much of our work had an audience of one – using social media to create pride in pupils’ work’ and ‘A 10 year-old’s guide to online safety’
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13:00

Ben Whitaker

Embedding Technology into your Culture

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Martin Bailey

A ‘Deep Dive’ into Primary Computing

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Katherine Cauchi

Top 5 tips for saving time in the primary classroom
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Henry Platten

It’s 2020: Your Year of Digital Wellbeing

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14:00

Mark Anderson and Al Kingsley

Creating a Digital Strategy that’s right for your school
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Nic Ford

Creativity, technology and its role within an academic curriculum
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Adam Chase

Deepening understanding of computing
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 – Zone closes – 

15:00

Tim Mace

Today’s flight will be powered by Autopilot – Time savings provided by Intune
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Mark Anderson and Al Kingsley

Creating a Digital Strategy that’s right for your school
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Julian Wood

TBC

16:00

Mark Anderson

Challenge Anderson – Enter the App Battle
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Paul Tullock

TBC

James Donaldson

Project Wellbot: Supporting wellbeing with AI and Student Voice

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Speaker Zone

Wednesday 23rd Jan

Ben Whitaker

Embedding Technology into your Culture

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Mark Anderson and Al Kingsley

Creating a Digital Strategy that’s right for your school
Add to Calendar

Tim Mace

Today’s flight will be powered by Autopilot – Time savings provided by Intune

Add to Calendar

Mark Anderson

Challenge Anderson – Enter the App Battle
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Thursday 24th Jan

Bukky Yusuf

Loving and Leading EdTech

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Martin Bailey 

A ‘Deep Dive’ into Primary Computing

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Nic Ford

Creativity, technology and its role within an academic curriculum
Add to Calendar

Mark Anderson and Al Kingsley

Creating a Digital Strategy that’s right for your school
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Paul Tullock

TBC

Friday 25th Jan

Ian Rockey

Developing confidence and resilience through education radio
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Katherine Cauchi

Top 5 tips for saving time in the primary classroom
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Adam Chase

Deepening understanding of computing
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Julian Wood

TBC

James Donaldson

Project Wellbot: Supporting wellbeing with AI and Student Voice

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Saturday 26th Jan

Digital Leaders

‘Too much of our work had an audience of one – using social media to create pride in pupils’ work’ and ‘A 10 year-old’s guide to online safety’
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Henry Platten

It’s 2020: Your Year of Digital Wellbeing

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 –  Presentation Zone Closes –

Meet the speakers

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson

ICT Evangelist and edtech advocate, Mark is also a keynote speaker, independent strategic consultant and trainer.

Al Kingsley

Al Kingsley

Managing Director of NetSupport, Chair of a Multi Academy Trust, board member of a Local Authority infants’ school.

Ian Rockey

Ian Rockey

Headteacher with a passion for enhancing teaching and learning with tech at Westwood with Iford Primary School.

Nic Ford

Nic Ford

Deputy Head (Academic) at Bolton School Boys’ Division, Apple Distinguished Educator and Founding Fellow of the Chartered College of Teaching.

Paul Tullock

Paul Tullock

eLearning and Computing Lead at Richardson Dees Primary School and an Apple 2017 Distinguished Educator.

Bukky Yusuf

Bukky Yusuf

Senior Leader and teacher of secondary sciences to A level students, Ambassador for Leadership Matters and interim Co-Chair of the EdTech Leadership Group.

James Donaldson

James Donaldson

Head of ALN and Wellbeing at Cardiff and Vale College and leading on the implementation of the Welsh Government’s statutory ALN reform.

Katherine Cauchi

Katherine Cauchi

Worked as a Primary School teacher at Dogsthorpe Infant School before joining the ReallySchool team.

Martin Bailey

Martin Bailey

Director of Animate2Educate  and Digital Enrichment Leader at Lanchester EP. Bringing the curriculum to life through pupil workshops and staff training.

Lanchester EP Primary School and Birchwood Primary School

Lanchester EP Primary School and Birchwood Primary School

Student Digital Leaders from Lanchester EP Primary School and Birchwood Primary School.

Ben Whitaker

Ben Whitaker

Director of Edufuturists and Google Certified Educator, Trainer and Innovator.

Julian Wood

Julian Wood

Deputy Headteacher/Digital Lead at Wybourn Primary School.

Henry Platten

Henry Platten

Founder of the award-winning eCadets programme and safe social media platform, GoBubble.

Adam Chase

Adam Chase

A Y5 teacher and Computer Lead at Bury LA.

Tim Mace

Tim Mace

IT Manager, ANME Ambassador, EdTech Geek

NetSupport Radio – the official broadcaster of Bett 2020

NetSupport Radio is back this year at Bett 2020 on stand NL44. Powered by Anderton Tiger and hosted by Bett legend and School Radio broadcaster, Russell Prue, it’s the official broadcaster of Bett 2020, bringing you an exciting mix of entertaining and informative interviews from key industry experts – as well as music, chat and interactive slots where visitors can call and text in.

Listen live every day at 3pm, plus listen back with NetSupport Radio’s podcasts.

Remember, you can get involved using #NetSupportRadio or texting 85010, starting your message with RADIO. Or you can email Russell live on our stand here.

Special Guests

Founded in April 2014 by two school Network Managers (Rick Cowell and Ben Whitaker), the ANME (Association of Network Managers in Education) is free to join and arranges termly meetings and conferences for network managers in education – helping them make time for networking and general IT discussions, as well as looking at new products and meeting new suppliers.

 

Created by Henry Platten, the founder of the award-winning eCadets programme, GoBubble is a safe social media platform that allows young children (under 13) to take advantage of the best bits of social media without any of the negative aspects. The web and app versions of GoBubble are available free to schools. Drop by and say hello and see how the free app can help your school foster great digital citizens.

Russell has been designing School Radio stations for over 10 years and knows just what young people and educators need from a radio station. Without going overboard with incredibly expensive equipment, he’s carefully put together a solution that all of your pupils will be able to use without instruction! Stop by and see Russell in action on NetSupport Radio and discover how radio can benefit your school.

 

 

Mark Anderson, formally known at the ICT Evangelist, is a former school leader with more than twenty years of experience in the classroom. He is a passionate advocate for the purposeful use of technology linked to pedagogy. He knows the power and importance of student voice in developing sound practice, having co-founded the Digital Leader Network in the UK. Mark is also an Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Certified Innovator, Microsoft Certified Educator and expert in mobile learning and associated pedagogies.

Special Guests

The ANME (Association of Network Managers in Education) is free to join and arranges termly meetings and conferences for network managers in education. Click here to learn more.

GoBubble is a free safe social media platform that allows young children (under 13) to take advantage of the best bits of social media without any of the negative aspects. Click here to learn more.

Russell has been designing School Radio stations for over 10 years and knows just what young people and educators need from a radio station. Click to learn more.

 

Mark Anderson (ICT Evangelist), has co-founded the Digital Leader Network in the UK and is also an Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Certified Innovator, Microsoft Certified Educator and expert in mobile learning and associated pedagogies. Click here to learn more.

Award-winning solutions

Complete IT Asset Management with Safeguarding

Complete IT Asset Management with Safeguarding

NetSupport DNA provides schools and Trusts with the tools to manage technology in class and across the school, while safeguarding students, supporting teachers and assisting with GDPR compliancy.

 

Classroom Instruction and Monitoring

Classroom Instruction and Monitoring

With dedicated assessment, monitoring, collaboration and control features, NetSupport School allows teachers to easily leverage the full value of technology-enhanced teaching and learning – helping to save time and boost learning outcomes.

 

Primary Assessment, Tracking and Journalling

Primary Assessment, Tracking and Journalling

ReallySchool helps primary teachers and TAs capture and record observations, carry out assessments from the in-built list of assessment points, identify child-initiated activities – and so much more.

 

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