BlueSky Education is celebrating a place in the 2024 finals of the prestigious Bett Awards.
BlueSky made it to the shortlist of the Leadership and Management Solutions category and will find out if they win at a glittering awards ceremony in central London on the 24th January.
There are seven other contenders for the category, including CPOMS Systems, IRIS Software Group, The National College and The School Bus.
The Leadership and Management Solutions category is open to products and services that enable leaders to make informed decisions, to improve learning outcomes and to support school improvement.
BlueSky is the leading online staff performance and development platform for the education sector. It allows schools to link appraisal, professional development and quality assurance processes together. By putting individual staff members at the centre of conversations about professional objectives and development, the system supports recruitment and retention, workload reduction and improved wellbeing.
Denise Inwood, BlueSky Education Founder and CEO, said: “We’re naturally delighted to make the shortlist for the Bett Awards. Our technology has played a transformative role in schools across the country and the world over the past two decades and it is an honour for that to be recognised by the judging panel.”
BlueSky Education is used by over 1500 schools in over 40 countries worldwide, and is found in more UK schools than any comparable offering. It is the only technology solution of its kind endorsed by the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) and the Confederation of School trusts (CST), and is a long-established partner of national and international organisations including the Institute of School Business Leadership (ISBL) and The Council of British International Schools (COBIS).
The Bett Awards are a celebration of the inspiring creativity and innovation that can be found throughout technology for education. Produced in association with Besa (British Educational Suppliers Association), the awards form a key part of Bett UK, a three-day education technology event attracting more than 30,000 educators from around the world.