Beyond Google and MS Teams:
How a holistic approach can bridge gaps in your digital strategy

Frog Conference 2021 | Virtual Event 

Google and Microsoft became widely used in schools in response to the challenges posed by Covid and strict lockdowns. Now, as schools plan for a world where blended learning will continue to play a part, it is clear that these platforms are here to stay.

The question is where the potential of these platforms end and what alternative technologies can supplement them, to provide a holistic digital strategy in schools. Join us for an insightful Frog Virtual Conference as we dig deeper into this new approach for schools.

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Gareth Davies. Managing Director, Frog

What's new in Frog

Graham Quince. Solutions Architect, Frog

Frog Professional Development Platform

Stefan Allsebrook, Online Training Consultant

River Tees Multi Academy Trust:
Meeting Training Needs Across the Trust with Frog’s Professional Development Platform 

Sarah Birch, Trust Standards Lead

Panel Chat with Mark Anderson:

Where does education technology find a home alongside Teams and Google?


Elizabeth Silvester, Frederick Gough School

George Bligh, Greenshaw High School

Phil Spoors, Cramlington Learning Village

Mandi Kirby, The Arbor School, Dubai

Sarah Birch, River Tees MAT

International Schools Webinar:
Including parents in their child’s learning journey 

Involving parents in school-life and their child’s progress is a great way to ensure that they are in the best possible place to offer support. Messages channelled back through pupils are easily lost, forgotten or misinterpreted so opening up direct lines of communication between school and parents is hugely beneficial. Join us for a focused webinar within the Frog21 Conference agenda for inspiration and guidance as to how to strengthen your school’s relationship with parents. 

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Sarah Birch is Trust Standards Lead for River Tees Multi-Academy Trust in Middlesbrough.
Mark Anderson is a former school leader with over 20 years of classroom experience, many will know Mark from his blog and Twitter handle as @ICTEvangelist.
Gareth co-founded and set up Frog in 1999 and has overseen the product which is now used in 23 countries by over 10 million users.
Learn more about our panel guests for the discussion... Where does education technology find a home alongside Teams and Google?