Anne Taylor

We are thrilled to extend a warm welcome to Anne Taylor, our newest team member who joins us as a valuable addition to both our company and the exciting TIESEA project. With her impressive expertise and remarkable accomplishments, Anne brings a wealth of knowledge and fresh perspectives to our organization. We are confident that her presence will greatly contribute to our collective goals and drive our project to new heights.

Anne Taylor: A Rising Star in the Field

Anne Taylor has over 20 years of experience at Microsoft in sectors such as public sector, education, commercial and underserved audiences. She knows how to meet the diverse needs of customers in different contexts, such as government agencies, schools, universities, and non-profit organizations.

She was previously the Industry Manager for education in Asia Pacific at Microsoft, where she drove digital transformation in education systems by providing technology-enabled solutions for innovation and change. She has a growth mindset and a results-oriented approach that helps her tackle complex challenges.

In 2021 she won the Women in ICT Innovation award for her creative thinking and innovation. She led the efforts to integrate te reo Māori into the technology used by thousands of Kiwis daily, such as Microsoft Translator and Minecraft Education Edition.

Her key skills include the ability to lead teams with relationships and influence across multiple geographies and customers. She can work seamlessly across complex, matrixed environments with multiple stakeholders and business units.

We extend a warm welcome to Anne Taylor as she joins our company and takes on a crucial role in the TIESEA project. With her impressive background, unwavering commitment to sustainability, and exceptional leadership skills, we are confident that she will play a pivotal role in driving our organization and the TIESEA initiative to new heights. Anne’s contributions will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact, pushing the boundaries of environmental sustainability and paving the way for a brighter future. We are excited to have her on board and eagerly anticipate the remarkable achievements that lie ahead!

Dr. Michael Lightfoot

We at Learning Possibilities (LPL) are deeply saddened by the untimely demise of our friend and colleague Dr Michael Lightfoot, who passed away in his sleep on 27th March 2023. Michael headed up the education business at Learning Possibilities and contributed to our many projects and developments. He was a regular during our popular COVID webinar series.

Most recently, Michale was LPL’s project lead on the groundbreaking ADB “Technology-Enabled Innovation in Education in SE Asia” project.

Throughout his career, Dr. Lightfoot demonstrated unwavering dedication and passion for the field of education. His wisdom, visionary leadership and deep expertise paved the way for transformative changes in the lives of countless students and educators.

Dr. Lightfoot’s impact extended far beyond his professional accomplishments. He possessed an innate ability to inspire and empower those around him, fostering a collaborative and supportive environment within the team. His infectious enthusiasm and unwavering commitment to excellence left an indelible mark on all who worked alongside him.

Beyond his professional endeavors, Dr. Lightfoot was a cherished friend and confidant. He approached life with kindness, empathy, and an innate ability to connect with others on a personal level. His genuine care for the well-being and growth of those around him created a lasting legacy of warmth and compassion.

As we mourn the loss of Dr. Michael Lightfoot, we extend our deepest condolences to his family, friends, colleagues, and all who were touched by his presence. May his memory serve as a guiding light, reminding us of a dedicated individual’s profound impact on the world.

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Press Release INJAZ LP

The partnership will offer schools and governments with solutions to help drive learning into the 21st Century, enabling educators to support learners in school and at home.

Amman, Jordan, June 1st 2022. INJAZ, a leading non-profit Jordanian organization, and Learning Possibilities, the leading global education-technology provider, are delighted to announce the launch of their exclusive partnership to bring award-winning technology solutions to the MENA region.

After many years of jointly working in Jordan, the partnership will see INJAZ offer Learning Possibilities’ ‘LP+’ platforms, together with local consultancy and support to schools and governments in the MENA region. LP+ platforms are already deployed in many countries worldwide, either directly or through programs run by Asian Development Bank, UNICEF and others. They have proven efficacy and bring solutions that drive learner impact at such challenging times.

Dr. Mehool Sanghrajka, Learning Possibilities Chief Executive said, “I am delighted that Learning Possibilities and INJAZ will be partnering in the MENA region to deliver ed-tech solutions. INJAZ has a long history of delivering major educational projects in Jordan and shares both our ethos and vision. We look forward to serving schools and governments to benefit learners after a difficult two years”

Deema Bibi, INJAZ CEO said, “The partnership between INJAZ and Learning Possibilities (LP) comes at a crucial time for education and technology globally and regionally. INJAZ is excited to combine its rich experience in localized educational programs along with LP’s global virtual learning platforms into the MENA region. This synergy will be a vehicle for high-quality educational experiences that enrich the learning process for school and university students”

Sarah Chidgey, Education Sector Lead, UK Department of International Trade (DIT), said “I am delighted that the UK’s Learning Possibilities and Jordan’s INJAZ have formed this joint venture partnership having previously worked together to deliver a World Bank funded contract. UK education technology is a global leader, an important strand of the UK Government’s International Education Strategy, and Learning Possibilities success showcases how UK innovation in education technology can positively impact millions of students worldwide. We look forward to continuing our work with Learning Possibilities to open up further opportunities globally”.


Learning Possibilities has a Global Alliance with Microsoft in Education and has worked in MENA countries over many years.

Mark East, Senior Education Director EMEA Region at Microsoft, said, “Microsoft is excited to see the partnership between Learning Possibilities and INJAZ as it brings to the region proven education solutions and best practice. We look forward to seeing solutions incorporating Microsoft technology, together with education consulting and local presence, support schools to recover and progress in their digital journey.”


Building on its mission to inspire and prepare youth to become productive members in their society and accelerate the development of the national economy. INJAZ has established itself over the past 22 years as a leading solution provider linking the public, private, and civil society sectors to bridge the skills gap between the educational system and the changing needs of the labor market.

The expansive operational capacity of INJAZ allows it to reach over 800,000 youth a year with its career-oriented capacity building programs; focusing on financial literacy, entrepreneurship education, life skills, and digital competencies.

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About Learning Possibilities

Learning Possibilities Group was founded in 2007 in the United Kingdom and has regional offices in Singapore. The Company builds cloud-based solutions for governments to deliver learning and education impact.  It currently has projects in the UK, South Asia, APAC and Middle East regions.

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Microsoft Webinar

In this Microsoft webinar we are thrilled to announce that our CEO Mehool Sanghrajka will be discussing how education technology can enhance education in this ‘new normal’. Mehool commented, “Schools and colleges will not be fully open for months, and whilst many of them have put together a collection of resources, they need to consider their long-term strategies.”

If you missed this webinar and Q&A, you can see it here.

Stephen Heppell

Our chairman, professor Stephen Heppell shares best practices on helping you make your home working space the very best it can be to keep you bright, engaged, clever and productive. click here to read Stephens post on working from home and click here to read his post on online working.

Well, learning is going global at quite a pace. It makes good sense for companies who are themselves growing rapidly in this global education space to look for ways to collaborate and at Learning Possibilities we are delighted to announce our own partnership and collaboration with Capita Managed IT Solutions, together providing a powerful digital solution to the management of teaching and education resources. Making learning better, together.

We both enjoy large installations of our digital tools and resources. In a world where new technology-in-learning companies seem to appear, crash and burn in very short order it is pleasing that both Learning Possibilities and Capita Managed IT Solutions have been around for very many years. We both have an experienced track record of providing and evolving, what schools, teachers and learners need.

As most of you will already know, LP+365 is an app that transforms Microsoft Office 365 into a simple to use school’s learning and collaboration platform. Students and teachers can instantly work together through a simple dashboard offering a personal space where they can manage emails, OneDrive, OneNote, together with Skype, assignments and calendars, all from one simple and easy to use platform.

LP+365 can be accessed on any smart device, from the classroom, at home or even (and this matters in many emerging new education systems globally), off-line too.

Download our new brochure to discover how LP+365 is transforming how UK and Irish schools use Office 365.