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A new ERA

  • A new ERA

The winners of the 13th annual Educational Resource Awards have been announced.

The prizes were unveiled on Friday 18th March at a gala event held at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham, following the second day of this year’s Education Show. As ever, the competition was organised by the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) with the help of Brilliant Marketing Solutions, with the aim of celebrating the innovative approach to learning and teaching exhibited by teachers, institutions and organisations from every level of education. The winners, a full list of whom you’ll find below, were selected by an independent panel of education professionals.

Educational Resource Awards 2011 Winners

Best Special Education Resource or Equipment – non ICT
The Dyscalculia Assessment Continuum

Best Special Education Resource or Equipment – involving ICT
MyZone, Inclusive Technology

Best Early Years Resource or Equipment – non ICT
Bamboo Construction Set, TTS Group Ltd

Best Early Years Resource or Equipment – involving ICT
Hairy Letters, Net Educational Systems Ltd

Best Primary Resource or Equipment – non ICT
Rising Stars Story Cards, Rising Stars UK Ltd

Best Primary Resource or Equipment – involving ICT
Purple Mash, 2Simple Software

Best Secondary Resource or Equipment – non ICT
ECO Photopacks, ECO Publishing International

Best Secondary Resource or Equipment – involving ICT
alfie| qbank, Alfiesoft

Educational Book Award
Pip, Emas UK

Leadership in Education
Jason Smith, Manor Park School, Birmingham

Educational Establishment of the Year
Lansdowne Primary School, Cardiff

Education Exporter of the Year
Sunflower Learning

Supplier of the Year: with less than £1-million annual turnover
Yellow Door

Supplier of the Year: with between £1-million and £3-million annual turnover
Smart Kids (UK) Ltd

Supplier of the Year: with over £3-million annual turnover
The Consortium

Innovation Award
Maths-Whizz, Whizz Education

21st Century Learning Environment Award
WebPlay

Outstanding Achievement Award
Lorraine Petersen, CEO, nasen


For more information, visit besa.org.uk

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