Night Zookeeper are attending BETT 2019. Come see us at stand F75!

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We’re excited to be attending Bett 2019 at the ExCel London from January 23rd to 26th!

Come visit our stand to get a special free trial of our website nightzookeeper.com, an educational platform that is proven to raise the writing attainment of primary school students.

You’ll also hear about how your students can take part in our new animated series with Sky Kids!

Finally, we’ll be giving away free Story-telling card games for teachers who post a picture of our stand on Twitter tagging @nightzookeeper and with the hashtag #Bett2019.

Bett is a fantastic place to find new and exciting technology to use in your classroom. We look forward to seeing you there and showing you how our technology can inspire creativity and amazing writing!

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