Learning Ladders wins 2022 Bett Award

Learning Ladders win BETT Award in Best Assessment, Planning and Progress Monitoring CategoryWe are delighted to share with you that Learning Ladders has been awarded a 2022 Bett Award, being named the best “Assessment, Planning & Progress Monitoring” tool for schools.

The prestigious Bett Awards, in partnership with BESA, are often described as “the Oscars of the education world”. The awards aim to recognise incredible contributions from organisations across the industry, from disruptive EdTech startups to innovative school collaborations.

Upon being shortlisted, Learning Ladders was described by the judging panel as “a wealth of high-quality resources”, where “the child is at the centre […] with all stakeholders involved and supported to facilitate meaningful conversations around learning”.

This is the second Bett Award won by Learning Ladders, following our success at being named ‘Best Whole School System for Learning, Teaching and Assessment’ in 2020. In fact, Learning Ladders has been nominated for a Bett Award every year* since we launched!

Upon receiving this year’s award, Learning Ladders’ CEO and co-founder Matt Koster-Marcon has said:

“Everyone at Learning Ladders is so proud to win this BETT Award – our second win in three years feels amazing!  The BETT Awards are the Oscars of the education world, recognised globally as a benchmark of excellence. Learning Ladders is revolutionising how schools improve student progress by connecting improved assessment data with automated parental involvement at scale, using school’s live data, so every adult knows how to help every student, every day. To be recognised in this way gives us a huge boost.  A massive thank you to everyone – we’ll be back next year even better!”

Learning Ladders would like to extend warm congratulations to all other award winners, as well as those shortlisted. While we are delighted to have won, we also recognise the incredible effort that all organisations are making to transform education.

*excluding 2021, when no entry was made due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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