Secondary school art lesson using VR technology

There’s no question as to whether or not edtech can improve learning, because it’s already doing just that in schools and MATs across the UK.

And we are proud to be at the forefront of this positive change by facilitating school leadership, and staff, to confidently take ownership of their edtech strategy.

Just one of the ways edtech is improving learning is through bringing pupils closer to the subject that they’re learning about utilising interactive tools like VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality).

But there’s a whole raft of ways in which you too can use edtech and unlock the potential that it has to offer a more enriching learning experience that further engages and inspires your students.

The first step is to create a robust and bespoke digital strategy to ensure you have the right kind of edtech in place for your individual setting and your pupils’ needs.

And you might not need to invest in new resources either – whether that’s platforms, apps, tools or products – to make this digital transformation happen.

Instead, it could just be a case of optimising what’s already at your disposal.

Our CEO and founder Joe Basketts believes strongly in the transformative power of edtech when it comes to teaching and learning and ensures that every school and leader that Satori Education supports can tap into this resource.

He said: “Each school has its own unique priorities and challenges. We help you to address your own unique edtech strategy, tailoring it to teaching methodology, professional learning aims, edtech objectives, and more so you can create moments of learning brilliance in your setting.”

If you would like to find more out about how Satori Education can help you then please get in touch with our expert team today on 0800 622 6283 or email us on

And in the meantime you can find out what’s on the horizon for edtech in 2023 here.