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About us

At Frog we believe that if we find the right people everything else will fall into place, and once you’re part of the Frog Family it’s difficult to escape! Our team consists of the most inspiring, hard working, and talented people in the industry and we’re proud to be here.

Frog exists to affect change in education, to challenge the status quo and build technology that does things not just differently, but better.

We are helping to re-shape school processes, not just creating efficiency, but improving outcomes, and in many cases completely revolutionising the way schools teach their children.

This is no longer something that just appeals to education pioneers, this has become a necessity for all schools. With reducing budgets coupled with higher expectations, all schools are facing the need to reshape themselves to succeed. Frog can help.

Frog Family

The #FrogFamily consists of not only the people who work for Frog but extends to our users. We offer all of our customers an outstanding level of service and this is because they’re not just our customers, they’re family.

Our Education Advisory Board

We work with education experts to help us develop our product in line with where education is today


Mick Walker

Mick’s teaching career extended over eighteen years including work in secondary, sixth form and Further Education institutions as well as work in Higher Education as an external examiner.


He has also worked as a local education authority advisory teacher and as a general adviser working with primary and secondary schools. Throughout his teaching career, he has been closely associated with the assessment system holding the posts of chief examiner and senior moderator.

Following his position as head of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority’s (QCA) regulatory monitoring programme, Mick played a key role in the National Assessment Authority’s (NAA) modernisation programme leading on support for examiner recruitment and recognition of their professional status through the formation of what is now the Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors (CIEA).

Alistair Smith

Alistair Smith has been described as the UK’s leading trainer in modern learning methods. He has delivered over 1,100 training and development events and is still counting.


He is the author of best selling books including books on learning, brain development and more recently on the culture of high performing schools.

For ten years Alistair was chair of Alite Ltd, a company which was at the forefront of developing learning in schools. Alistair works in both education and sport and is known for high quality presentations and innovative approaches to development and coaching. For over ten years he has been the designated learning consultant to the Football Association. He has helped the Football Association design and deliver the worlds’ first Elite Coaches course and been central to the re-design of their UEFA Pro Licence towards a competency based approach.

Lord Sutherland

Lord Sutherland is a distinguished British scholar and public servant. He was knighted in 1995 and raised to the peerage as Baron Sutherland of Houndwood in 2001.


Lord Sutherland has served as principal of the University of Edinburgh, as well as in a number of other academic posts, including vice-chancellor of the University of London and Professor of History and Philosophy of Religion at King's College, London.

Lord Sutherland has also been active in a wide range of civic and educational affairs. He was formerly Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools in England and a member of the Board of the Higher Education Funding Council for England and the British government's Council for Science and Technology, and he chaired the Royal Commission on Long Term Care for the Elderly.

Billy Downie

In January 2013 The Streetly Academy became the first school in the country to move from an Ofsted “Satisfactory” judgement (Nov 2009) to “Outstanding” in a single 3 year cycle under the new, more challenging, framework.


Billy has recently been selected as a National Leader of Education. In this role, he supports schools in challenging circumstances, in addition to leading The Streetly Academy.

In February 2013, Streetly received the Youth Sport Trust Innovation Award for Excellence in harnessing PE and sport as a catalyst for learning. The Streetly Academy became the only school ever to win two Pearson Teaching Awards in one year for Secondary Headteacher of the Year (Midlands) and Outstanding Team of the Year (Midlands) for the Special Needs Department. Billy is also a non-Executive Director of Youth Sport Direct, the trading arm of the Youth Sport Trust, as well as being a Board Member of the Black Country County Sport Partnership. Billy has delivered training and consultancy across the UK, Europe, South-East Asia & Australia.

We’re an award winning company for a reason...

ICT Company of the Year
2013, 2015

Use of Education Technology Award
2012, 2013

Supplier of the Year

Our Partners

Our partners help us put together resources relevant to our customers, while advising us on what challenges schools are facing currently so that we can allign our products with the problems our schools need solving


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