07 Feb BETT Finalist 2022
Kaligo has been shortlisted for Primary – Digital Learning Product – Language & Literacy at BETT Awards 2022
This year we entered a new category at the BETT awards, the fit couldn’t have been more perfect as we wrote up our submission to enter Kaligo for the Primary – Digital Learning Product – Language & Literacy category.
Described as a gamechanger for improving handwriting, spelling and phonics, we were delighted to include the thoughts of well respected EdTech experts from the sector championing Kaligo.
“Literacy forms the foundations for success in education. Kaligo is a gamechanger for improving handwriting for all pupils regardless of their ability, an essential tool for reducing the attainment gap.” Philippa Wraithmell, UAE as Director of Digital Education and Innovation
This innovation has been recognised by many awards organisations who have shortlisted or selected Kaligo as their worthy winner, including:
2021 – BETT Awards, Educational App (Highly commended)
2021 – BETT Awards, Early Years Content (Finalist)
2021 – GESS Awards, Primary Resource, equipment supplier (Finalist)
2021 – DfE Hungry Little Minds Campaign (Approved)
2020 – BETT MEA Awards, Innovation in products and solutions (Finalist)
2020 – BETT Awards 2020, Early Years (Finalist)
2020 – BETT Awards 2020, Educational Apps (Finalist)
2020 – GESAwards London – 2nd place
2019 – BETT Awards, Educational App
The Kaligo free impact trial is wowing teachers both in the UK and overseas, and it’s great to see Kaligo having such a significant impact on handwriting in the classroom. Teachers tell us that they can’t believe children’s progress in just a few weeks. This is brilliant and makes us smile very widely as we’ve worked with teachers to develop Kaligo. The Kaligo handwriting tool you see today delivers precisely what teachers need in the classroom as they helped us develop it. So, thanks for your input into its development.
It’s great to be recognised by our peers in this way; we know that the technology delivers impressive results in the classroom, and we have everything crossed for a win at BETT this year.