![alt text](/filestore/BlogImage/ccc482a9-85f1-49c7-8474-2a2473ef2d25/59c3b302-bc1c-418b-baaf-2f786afa1712Bettawards2020newarticle.JPG "Bett Finalist") BETT 2019 Innovator of the year and 2019 Education Resources Award for secondary resources winner Learning by Questions (LbQ) has been selected as finalist for three awards at BETT 2020. ([bettawards.com/shortlist2020/)](http://bettawards.com/shortlist2020//) The online platform that capitalises on the proven benefits of immediate feedback during lessons for both teachers and pupils can be tried for free at [lbq.org](lbq.org/)bq.org/)) and use is growing rapidly amongst teachers and school leaders. Nominated for ‘Secondary Content, Classroom Aids for Learning, Teaching and Assessment, and Impact Award with Washacre Primary School who are using LbQ to achieve impressive improvements in pupil attainment and SATs results. Cherise Duxbury, Year 6 teacher at Washacre Primary School in Bolton is an exemplary user of LbQ’s instant feedback during lessons: “Our SATs results in Maths alone have risen from 57% to 85% in a year and greater depth from zero to 31% which is just WOW!” You can hear more from Cherise Duxbury [here](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpByVligOpU&t=/).