MINTclass brought classroom management to life at BETT
We were delighted to have been joined by so many familiar faces at Bett 2020, as well as striking up new relationships with schools interested in our classroom seating planner.

We enjoyed our time at Bett 2020, especially with the release of our new detentions module, providing teachers with the tools to create, manage, take attendance and report for detentions.

"We had an amazing day at Bett, not only did we get to see Brian Cox’s keynote speech ‘Exploring the United’, but we also found MINTclass. What a clever tool for schools, helping teachers with classroom seating arrangements, as well as taking attendance and the ability to manage detentions. We were really impressed!" Headteacher, Secondary School, London.

In addition to showing MINTclass, we were also demonstrating our entire Tucasi product range, which included Online Payments, Dinner Money, Communications, Lettings, Parents’ Evening, Trips & Events, and Extended Day.

"We were excited to show off our new detentions module this year at Bett and the reaction we had from visitors was really positive. We are really passionate about our products and continually look to improve them and add functionality that will benefit schools. We are always keen to show schools how our range of solutions not only save them time and money but also improve on school efficiencies." Terry, Tucasi Sales Manager.

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