The EdTech Summit is positioned to provide ‘Techies’, Teachers, Staff and Leaders with the chance to assess and identify their common challenges, find appropriate solutions and source the right technology solution for their institution.
By attending the EdTech Summit, you will have the chance to learn from best-practice case studies, hear policy updates, test out technology from leading suppliers, and network with peers and EdTech pioneers.
With over 3,000 school, college and university leaders attending the co-located Schools & Academies Show, and over 750 ICT leaders and learning technologists at the Summit, the event has the unique potential to provide on-point networking opportunities and shared knowledge for the visitors.
With over 3,000 School, College and University Leaders and 750 ICT Professionals you will have the opportunity to network with like-minded peers and discuss solutions to your everyday challenges.
There will be over 20 hours of content available at the EdTech Summit including presentations from the UK’s EdTech Leaders, Government Policy Makers and Colleagues.
To ensure audience interaction there be lively debates on the hottest topics within the EdTech Community across our theatres and stages where leaders will discuss critical issues.
There will be over 50 of the UK’s leading EdTech suppliers showcasing their innovative solutions and products throughout the exhibition floor which visitors can test for their institution.
Nesta and Innovate my School will be hosting highly topical and dedicated workshops which will drill down into specific areas of interest within the EdTech Community.
As well as testing out products and solutions within the exhibition floor, you will have the chance to meet suppliers and discuss ways of overcoming everyday challenges faced by your institution.
School ICT Leaders
Senior Leadership Team Visitors
Hours of Networking
Hours of Content
The EdTech Summit has been created to provide a place for frontline users of edtech, specifiers and procurers of technology within educational institutions and senior leaders with decision making responsibility to meet, network and discuss the best processes and technology for their specific organisations. We feel that there is currently nowhere in the UK where this type of high-level and strategic discussion about the end-to-end process happens.Chris Callaghan, Event Director - Schools & Academies Show