• The Association of Network Managers in Education was founded in April 2014 by two school Network Managers who had worked in schools for over 20 years. As a community of like-minded professionals, it's free to join, to attend events and to share best practice in the ANME community.

  • Elementary Technology is an approved supplier on the RM6103 Education Technology Framework. We've been rigorously assessed and verified as a provider of outstanding value and exemplary service. Speak to us about public-sector approved, compliant procurement

  • 12 young people die each week of Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Hand on Heart is our chosen charity, and we share their mission to reduce this by placing a life-saving defibrillator into every school in the UK

  • We are an approved supplier on the KCS (Kent County Supplies) Interactive AV Technology Framework. Via their network of affiliated council procurement partners, we provide a compliant purchasing channel to hundreds of schools each year, alongside specialist advice and expertise.

  • Naace is a national education technology charity, here for all those interested in technology in education. We support Naace and the Naace membership with our technology expertise, our insight into the latest trends and also a range of member-only offers

  • Promethean is a education technology leader, and one of the largest manufacturers of interactive touchscreen technology. We are one of a select few Promethean Platinum Partners, trusted to support schools with supply, support and training of Promethean technology.

  • As one of the few SMART Platinum Partners in the UK, we are accredited to provide schools with correct and up to date information, alongside outstanding service, support and training. Schools should only buy SMART technology from a SMART Platinum Partner.

  • Everything ICT (formerly Think IT) is a public-sector procurement framework for ICT. We support Everything ICT and its customers as their interactive technology product specialist. It is ideal for schools and recommended by the DfE as part of their Deals for Schools.

  • YPO (formerly Yorkshire Purchasing Organisation) is among the largest public sector suppliers in the UK. Our partnership as a supplier on their Interactive Technology Framework (ref 000920) means schools have peace of mind in procurement. It is compliant, reliable and provides best value.

Elementary Technology also has dozens of smaller partnerships with like-minded organisations who share our mission and values, including ICT support organisations, building contractors, non-AV technology suppliers and more. These partnerships bring mutual benefit and mean that together, we’re providing a better, more comprehensive service to schools.

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New research has found three in five 16- to 25-year-olds feel more worried, anxious and depressed than before the pandemic.



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A typical classroom can be a daunting environment for visual and hearing impaired learners. This SEND leader shares some tips for making your classroom more accessible for all.



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