Bett Show 2017

Bett is the leading education technology event in the UK and we'll be on stand B190 this year to showcase the latest from SIMS.

We’re proud to say that our award-winning products help raise pupil achievement and help schools drive improvement. This was confirmed at the Bett Awards 2016, when SIMS Assessment with the SIMS Teacher app were voted best ICT Tool for Learning, Teaching and Assessment.

We want to give schools the tools to drive parental engagement and help raise pupil achievement, whether you’re a small primary school or a large academy group. That’s why we’re launching our Parent and Student apps and SIMS SchoolView, our solution for academy groups in 2017. You’ll also be able to hear about other new products coming in 2017, such as the new SIMS Interventions module and SIMS Options.

What's happening on stand?

  • Workshops & presentations

    We’ll have plenty of workshops and presentations in our content hub on stand to suit your job role within the school. This includes sessions for senior leaders, teachers, support staff and staff responsible for engaging with parents and students outside of school. 

  • Be inspired

    Come and meet some of the winners from the Let Teachers SHINE competition and hear about their exciting projects. When you are on stand don’t forget to visit our photo booth and enter our competition for the chance to win some great prizes.

We know that there’s a lot to see during your visit to Bett. That’s why we are offering an email reminder service for the 15 minute sessions in our content hub, so you won’t miss a thing. Simply leave your email address and we will contact you on the day to remind you of the session time and our stand number.


Top tips for digital safeguarding - Anna Cole, ASCL and Andy Pyper, LINK2ICT

Digital resources for assessment - Jenny Winstanley, Schoolzone

Safeguarding: Prevent and 'British values' post EU referendum - Anna Cole, ASCL

Letting parents know how their child is doing - Jenny Winstanley, Schoolzone


Is it time for the primary school report to evolve? - Christine Terrey, Harbour Primary School

Top tips for engaging parents - Simon Rowlands, Sale Grammar School and Caroline Roche, Eltham College

Top tips for managing interventions – Christine Terrey, Harbour Primary School

Top tips for digital safeguarding - Andy Pyper, LINK2ICT and Simon Rowlands, Sale Grammar School


Smart data to support performance for MATs - Lisa Barton, Academy Transformation Trust

5 steps to successful parental engagement - Stephen Lockyer, Educational blogger  

Top tips for digital safeguarding - Andy Pyper, LINK2ICT and Simon Rowlands, Sale Grammar School

Top tips for engaging parents – Gary Bragg,  Meadowhead School and Simon Rowlands, Sale Grammar School

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Who's on stand?


Graham Cooper
Capita SIMS

Anna Cole

Christine Terrey
Harbour Primary School

Gary Bragg
Meadowhead School

Simon Rowlands
Sale Grammar School

Caroline Roche
Eltham College

Stephen Lockyer
Educational blogger

Andy Pyper

Michelle Lockwood
Let Teachers SHINE Winner
Spelling Beats

Gavin Summerfield
Let Teachers SHINE Winner
NAO Robotics

Hannah Gosling
Let Teachers SHINE Winner
Musical Maths Robots

John Corbett
Let Teachers SHINE Winner

Jenny Winstanley


Make sure you’re following @CapitaSIMS for all the latest on stand activity and updates. Keep up with the latest SIMS developments on our blog.