Nov. 28, 2012
-- ‘Meeting your online statutory requirements’
and ‘Online learning – do we really need it?’
are just two of the presentation sessions to be introduced by UniServity on stand F100 at this year’s BETT – with free train travel home being offered to all schools signing up to training at the show. Two hours free consultancy will also be offered to Academies keen to get their learning platform really working for them. In addition, there is also an opportunity to win one of six Kindle Fires and to celebrate the appointment of new CEO, Dawn Mulholland, with a glass of bubbly at 4pm each day.
Also featured for the first time will be:
a simple, grass-roots, easy-to-manage website that allows schools to promote themselves effectively and to communicate with parents. School registering at BETT will qualify for UniServity’s special BETT launch offer of only £299 per school per annum.
an innovative new version of the Life Learning Cloud VLE, designed to help clusters of schools collaborate with their peers and share ideas, information, data and knowledge - priced at just £499 for the duration of BETT
, a simple, engaging and effective summer school and transition programme for pupils moving from primary to secondary school priced at just £199. Available online, LifePath is designed to provide schools with all the resources and materials required for Year 6 and 7 students.
For more information on UniServity please visit – www.uniservity.com