Domingo 21 de enero

Judd Hotel

46 Cartwright Gardens, London, England, WC1H 9EL United Kingdom

Lunes 22 de enero

AM Southbank School (

Campuses and Student Body
  • Southbank International School has three campuses: Hampstead, Kensington, and Westminster. The Hampstead and Kensington campuses cater to students aged 2 to 11, while the Westminster campus is for students aged 11 to 18.
  • The school is home to a diverse student body, with around 70 nationalities represented across its campuses.
  • The school was the first in the UK to be authorized to offer all three IB programs: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), and the Diploma Programme (DP).
  • The PYP is offered at the Hampstead and Kensington campuses and is designed for students aged 3-12. This program focuses on developing inquiring, knowledgeable, and caring young people.
  • At the Westminster campus, students aged 11-16 engage in the MYP, which emphasizes intellectual challenge and encourages students to make connections between their studies and the real world.
  • The IB Diploma Programme, for students aged 16-18, is well-regarded for its rigorous academic standards and is recognized by universities worldwide.
Facilities and Extracurricular Activities
  • Southbank International School takes advantage of its London location to enhance its educational offerings, using the city as an extended classroom.
  • The school provides a variety of extracurricular activities, helping students to develop diverse interests and skills beyond the academic curriculum.
Special Education Needs (SEN)
  • The school caters to a range of SEN requirements, with provisions for students with specific learning difficulties, English as an Additional Language (EAL) needs, and other conditions.
Academic Results and University Placements
  • The school boasts impressive academic results. For instance, the 2023 IB Diploma results showed a 97% pass rate with an average diploma score of 34.8.
Admissions and Fees
  • Admission to Southbank International School is competitive, and the fees range significantly depending on the campus and the student’s age group.
Governance and Management
  • The school is part of the Cognita family of schools and is overseen by a dedicated team of educational professionals.

PM Halcyon School (

Educational Approach and Curriculum
  • Halcyon is an exclusive International Baccalaureate (IB) school, offering the Middle Years Programme (MYP) for the first five years and the IB Diploma Programme (IBDP) for older students.
  • It’s known for its innovative and holistic teaching approach, focusing on nurturing reflective, life-ready global citizens.
  • The school offers a range of innovative courses alongside the standard IB curriculum, including multi-grade settings in subjects like podcasting, forensics, and archaeology, as well as personal learning projects.
School Environment and Facilities
  • Halcyon is described as a friendly and happy small school, with a student body of 190 students and 59 sixth formers.
  • It’s a day school without boarding facilities, catering to both boys and girls aged from 11 to 18.
  • The school is praised for its use of educational technology in supporting teaching and learning.
Special Education Needs (SEN)
  • Halcyon provides SEN support tailored to individual student needs, although capacity for support varies and is determined on a case-by-case basis.
Academic Calendar and Fees
  • The school operates on a typical academic calendar with breaks during Christmas, Easter, and summer, as well as half-term holidays.
  • Fees range from £30,429 to £31,851 per annum.
Parent and Student Feedback
  • Parent reviews suggest a high level of satisfaction with the school’s handling of bullying, communication about their child’s learning, and the range of subjects available.
  • A significant majority of parents would recommend the school to others, indicating a strong community and parental endorsement.
Ofsted Rating and Accreditations
  • Halcyon is rated ‘Outstanding’ in all categories by Ofsted and is accredited by NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges).
  • The school has also been recognized as an EdTech50 school in 2019 for its outstanding use of technology in education.

Martes 23 de enero

AM Visita a ciudad de Cambridge

Reunión en Triangle con Directores de Cambridge International ( Incluye almuerzo.

PM Visita a Abbey College (

Abbey College Cambridge is an independent Sixth Form College located in the center of Cambridge, UK. The college, which caters to students aged 13 to 21 years, is known for its high performance and its international student body, hosting over 400 students from more than 40 countries. These students share a common goal of gaining admission to top universities in the UK.

The college emphasizes a family-like environment where students feel welcome and supported both inside and outside the classroom. This inclusive and international atmosphere is conducive to making new friends and thriving in a diverse environment. The accommodation provided by the college also plays a role in fostering this inclusive and supportive environment.

Academically, Abbey College Cambridge has established itself as one of the best in the UK, with impressive results over the past decade. In A-Level examinations, students have averaged 65% A*-A grades and 83% A*-B grades. This track record highlights the college’s commitment to securing outstanding achievement for all its students.

The college’s location in Cambridge is also significant, offering a blend of everyday life with the extraordinary historical and academic environment of the city. This setting contributes to the unique experience of studying at Abbey College Cambridge, combining academic rigor with the inspiration drawn from one of the world’s most prestigious university cities.

Additionally, the college provides a range of courses and extracurricular activities, including sports like rowing, to enrich the students’ academic journey. The recent inspection by Ofsted awarded the college “good” in six categories and “outstanding” in one, reflecting the quality of education and care provided to the students.

Miércoles 24 y jueves 25 de enero


  • Compartimos información de algunas de las charlas por calendario.

Aquí incluimos un resumen de ellas:

January 24

Start TimeTitleLocationFull Description
08:50Movement is key to our health and wellbeingThe ArenaDame Darcey Bussell DBE is a former Principal with The Royal Ballet and the founder of Diverse Dance Mix (DDMIX). She is passionate about the physical and mental health benefits of dance and movement. Dame Darcey will discuss the importance of movement to our health and wellbeing and explore the ways in which this can be brought into the classroom to improve the physical and mental health of our children.
09:30Louis Theroux and special guest!The Arena(No Detailed Description Available)
11:00Turning waste into educational wonder: Climate conscious STEM tuitionThe ArenaEnvironmental sustainability is becoming an increasingly important part of STEM education. This session will explore best practices for teaching sustainability in STEM subjects, including how to turn waste materials into valuable teaching tools. Engage students in hands-on learning experiences that not only foster a sustainable mindset but also inspire innovation and creativity.
14:15AI in education: From insights to impactThe ArenaAI holds the transformative potential to bridge the shortfalls in our education systems. This session will provide practical insights into how AI is being used to personalize learning, enhance teaching methodologies, and drive better outcomes in education. Discover how educators and institutions can leverage AI to maximize its benefits while navigating its challenges.
15:15Learning through play: Engaging for teachers and studentsTeaching & LearningStudent engagement and teacher exhaustion continue to dominate educational discussions. This session will explore innovative strategies for incorporating play into various subjects. Discover how integrating play into the learning experience can make education more engaging for students and teaching more enjoyable for educators, leading to better learning outcomes and teacher well-being.
16:15Assessment in the age of AI: Is it time to rethink testing?Tech in ActionJoin BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, to explore how and why the assessment landscape should evolve in response to advances in artificial intelligence. This session will delve into the opportunities and challenges AI presents in creating more effective, inclusive, and dynamic ways of measuring learning and competency. Learn about the latest trends and ideas that are shaping the future of assessments in education.
17:15Bett Asia 2024 networking drinks reception co-hosted by DBTGlobal Futures

January 25

Start TimeTitleLocationFull Description
09:30Alex Scott MBE opens Day 2The ArenaAlex Scott MBE, an English television presenter, pundit, and former professional footballer, will be opening the second day of the Bett Show. Known for her dynamic presence and engaging personality, Alex will share insights from her career and experiences, setting an energetic tone for the day’s events.
12:00From pixels to pedagogy: How esports can uplevel your STEM academic programsEsports @ BettExplore the intersection of esports and education in this engaging session. Discover how the world of competitive gaming is not just a form of entertainment but a powerful tool for enhancing STEM education. This session will delve into how esports can foster student engagement, improve collaboration skills, and develop critical thinking, all while enhancing the overall learning experience in STEM subjects.
13:45OECD and ministerial panelThe ArenaThis session features a panel including Andreas Schleicher, Director for Education and Skills at the OECD, along with various ministers. They will discuss the latest global education research findings and how these insights are being used to shape innovative educational policies and practices around the world. The panel will provide a unique opportunity to hear from leading figures in education policy.
14:15From potential to practice: how generative AI is improving education for students and educatorsThe ArenaGenerative AI is at the forefront of educational innovation. This session will explore how this technology is moving from potential to practice, transforming the way students learn and educators teach. With real-world examples, learn how generative AI is being used to personalize learning experiences, provide adaptive learning pathways, and support educators in creating more engaging and effective learning environments.
15:30The future of language learningGlobal FuturesLanguage learning is evolving rapidly with the integration of new technologies and methodologies. This session will discuss the future of language learning, focusing on the latest trends and innovations. Topics may include the use of AI in language instruction, immersive learning environments, and how technology is making language learning more accessible, engaging, and effective for learners of all ages.

Empresas Innovadoras

Viernes 26 de enero

AM London – Helsinki

Finnair 1340

  • Departs Fri, Jan 26
  • London, England, UK (LHR-Heathrow)
  • Terminal 3
  • Arrives Fri, Jan 26
  • Helsinki, Finland (HEL-Vantaa)

2h 50m duration

Hotel Mestari

51 Fredrikinkatu, Helsinki, 00100 Finland

Sábado 27 de enero

Domingo 28 de enero

AM Helsinki – Rovaniemi

Finnair 531

  • Departs Sun, Jan 28
  • Helsinki, Finland (HEL-Vantaa)
  • Arrives Sun, Jan 28
  • Rovaniemi, Finland (RVN)

Total duration: 1h 30m

28 de enero al 1 de febrero

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