BETT Radio finds out about Frog’s School Improvement Team

Last week, Gareth Davies, Managing Director here at Frog, was invited to speak to Russell Pru from BETT Radio about what we’re going to be showcasing at this year’s BETT show.

Our main area of focus this year is all around school improvement, so Gareth explained what Frog’s school improvement services actually look like and what a difference they can make to a school.

If you didn’t get chance to hear the interview you can listen by clicking the link below. Gareth and Russell make interesting comments on what they are hoping to hear for from Michael Gove at BETT’s parallel event, the Education Leaders Conference.

Frog is going to be speaking shortly after the Minister for Education, joined on stage by Billy Downie from The Streetly School. For those of you who didn’t hear Billy speak at Frog’s National Learning Platform Conference in June this year, you may be interested to know that his school has saved over £80k off their support teacher bill since rolling out Frog.

Speakers at the conference will explore concepts and even offer practical tips on how you can future proof your technology investments by treating them as part of your much wider school improvement plan.

We have five VIP tickets to give away for the conference, so if you want to be one of the lucky winners, post your comment below to tell us what you think the major trends for BETT will be in January 2012.

If you want to see firsthand the difference Frog’s School Improvement Team can make to your school, then come along to stand M50 and speak to some of those schools who are already seeing the huge benefit of working with a company who do more than just provide a piece of technology.

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