Bett seems such a long time ago, and we’ve been so busy talking to the teachers we met there we hadn’t had a chance to look through the tweets of our stand until recently, but we loved those from Anne Knock, Ben Forte, Ben McKean, Cat Scutt, Dan Leighton, Dan Roberts, Dogukan Gungor, Gary Spracklen, Iain Davis, Ivelina Atanasova, Kirsty Tonks, Lys Johnson, Susan Sey and Tom Martin, all of whom will receive an autographed Stephen Heppell robot. The remaining six were claimed on the stand. If you’re one of the lucky winners, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know where you’d like us to post your robot.
And the Colour Of Learning is…
Meanwhile, our survey, The Colour of Learning, had a similar response to the one we ran last year, although this year blue moved up the ranking, and green pipped purple to the winner’s slot (last year it was a dead heat between green and purple). 21.67% (26.2% 2015) of respondents voted for green this year, blue received 21.1% (17.1% 2015) of votes whilst in third place with 19.7% of votes was purple (26.2% 2015). Lower down the rankings, the order remained unchanged: red got 17.4% (12.3% 2015), orange 12.2% (11.8% 2015) and yellow 8.0% (6.4% 2015). 6 lucky winners will receive a pair of London Eye tickets in the post.