Come along to the Bett Education Show from 23-25 March at ExCeL London and meet the Elastik team!
We’ll be at Stand NB63 in the Learning and Tech Hall – very near to the Bett Futures stage.
You can find out more about Elastik and how it can help your school to bridge learning gaps and support your teaching staff.
Elastik is an online assessment platform designed to help students achieve their true potential – and allow teachers to be super-effective. Elastik identifies gaps in learning and then generates lesson plans to bridge them. It also creates progress assessments to ensure that students have a solid foundation before they move on.
Teachers in the UK say it’s a game-changer but don’t just take our word for it – come and meet us at Bett and see it in action!
Chat with the leadership team about your school’s challenges, take a look at the Elastik platform and see how it identifies and bridges gaps in English Maths and Science, Key stages 1-3. Plus, meet our School Liaison managers and hear how they are supporting local schools across the UK.
As well as being able to see Elastik in action, we will be hosting free, targeted 20-minute surgeries every day – combining discussion and demonstrations, plus our insights from working with hundreds of schools and thousands of students.
To book your place on one of our surgeries, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know which session you’d like to attend.
Primary Schools: Build confidence and bridge learning gaps for your Year 6 students
Wednesday 23 March at 10am / Thursday 24 March at 10am
In this session we will focus on the needs of your Year 6 students. This group have suffered from significant disruption to their learning over the past two years. Discover how Elastik uses Rosenberg’s ‘learning by doing’ approach to identify and bridge learning gaps, putting your students in a stronger, more confident position to start secondary school.
Secondary Schools: Get Year 7 off to a flying start
Wednesday 23 March at 11am / Thursday 24 March at 11am
Understanding the base level of Year 7 students is fundamental to ensuring that every child reaches their potential. This session will explore how schools can get the specific insights that they need, without overwhelming teachers or pressuring students, so that the appropriate support can be put in place and teachers are free to concentrate on teaching.
Multi-Academy Trusts: Using data to support leadership and learning
Wednesday 23 March at 3pm / Thursday 24 March at 3pm
How can MAT leaders gain insight into each unique school and compare progress across cohorts within the group, without adding to teacher and student overload? How can a tech solution be rolled out simply across a large Academy Trust, while meeting the needs of each individual school and pupil? Join us to find out more.
Come along and join the conversation – we look forward to seeing you there!
This year Bett is back in-person at the ExCeL, London from 23-25 March, 2022 – the global EdTech event of the year.