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BlueSky reports “positive growth” in current year

publication date: Jan 3, 2012
Atkey Solutions, the company behind BlueSky, the performance management software for schools, has reported a post tax loss of £67k (2010: £6k loss) for the year ended 28 February 2011 according to abbreviated accounts filed recently at Companies House. The company had net liabilities of £342k (2010: £275k) at the year end in part due to the subscription business model of the company. According to the filed accounts, trading since the FY11 year-end and forecasts for the current year “indicate positive growth and an improvement in results”.


Endorsed by the Association of School and College Leaders, BlueSky enables schools to map performance management and CPD activities of all staff and link staff objectives to a school’s improvement plan priorities. The company is also the exclusive provider of de Bono’s Thinking Tools to schools and the education sector in the UK and delivers training to schools through a network of around 150 accredited trainers through the BlueSkySkills brand. The company was set up by former deputy headteacher Denise Inwood in 2000 who controls the company through ownership of 68% of the equity.

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