Funded entirely by the private sector, The Transformation Trust provides children from deprived and challenged communities with extra-curricular opportunities and experiences that will help them fulfil their potential. The activities are the sorts of things young people want to stay behind after school to take part in – but they also help equip them with core skills, such as numeracy, communication and technological fluency, which are valued in the workplace and will stay with them for the rest of their lives.
Amy Leonard, Chief Executive of The Transformation Trust, said: “I am delighted that Vivo Rewards has chosen to partner with the Trust, and I hope that schools in the Trust’s network up and down the country take advantage of this brilliant online rewards tool.
“Our ambition is for every young person – no matter what their background – to have access to experiences and opportunities that will help prepare them for further study and employment, and our partnership with Vivo will go a long way in helping us to achieve this.”
Adrian Burt, Managing Director of Vivo Rewards, said: “The work of Vivo mirrors that of The Transformation Trust, and I am very much looking forward to working jointly together to help improve student motivation as well as raise attendance and results, and therefore improving their life chances for the future.”
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Vivo Rewards provides a range of online reward solutions to the educational sector and the wider community. Just over 36-months after officially launching its revolutionary Vivo product to the education market, the company has amassed over 330 secondary school customers. The Vivo online rewards system is now used by more than 350,000 students and 60,000 teachers across 80 Local Authorities including many of the most prestigious new academies.
Winner of the BETT Awards Best Leadership and Management Solution Category 2010, Vivo has been used successfully by schools to not only celebrate academic achievement, but to promote the success of the ‘whole’ child by recognising good behaviour/citizenship, attendance, healthy eating and their accomplishments in extra-curricular activities.
Vivo Rewards recently won the EducationInvestor Award for “Use of Education technology” and has been short-listed for the 2012 BETT Award for Best ICT Company, to be announced in January 2012.