Bett Award winners 2024
Explorify are thrilled to have won the prestigious Primary Free Digital Content App or Open Educational Resource Award at the BETT Awards 2024.
This award not only celebrates Explorify's outstanding contribution to primary education but also underlines our pivotal role in transforming the landscape of primary science teaching and learning in the UK.
The BETT judges said “It’s a well thought out and fun multi-media product for teaching and raises interest and aspirations in STEM subjects for pupils. A great support for teachers!”
The BETT Awards 2024 recognition is a testament to Explorify’s commitment to improving the quality of primary science education. It highlights the platform’s role in providing teachers with the necessary tools and knowledge to deliver science lessons confidently. The award also acknowledges the way Explorify stimulates discussion, debate, and curiosity in the classroom, making it a standout choice for educators seeking quality digital resources.
Explorify was created by Wellcome, based on the research of Science Oxford. It is currently managed by STEM Learning UK and the Primary Science Teaching Trust with funding from a Wellcome grant.
Philomena Gibbons - Associate Director, Transition and Legacy at Wellcome said:
“We are delighted that Explorify has won the Primary Free Digital Content App or Open Educational Resource Award at the BETT awards. In a very short time, the dedicated and expert teams at STEM Learning and the Primary Science Teaching Trust have continued where Wellcome left off, further developing Explorify’s content and expanding its reach.
The importance of high quality primary science education is clear. We look forward to following Explorify’s journey as it continues to provide teachers with fantastic support to inspire the next generation of students.”
We would like to thank the community of teachers and educators who contribute to Explorify’s success and bring Explorify to primary classrooms every day.
More details about the BETT Awards 2024 winners can be found here.