Is it time to draw a line in the sand?

Perhaps equipment in some classrooms is fairly new but at least one or two are probably due an upgrade.

Maybe a teacher recently mentioned the interactivity on their whiteboard isn’t working properly. And probably a couple of your projectors aren’t quite bright enough meaning the pupils can’t always see the lessons clearly. But IT support are only in on Thursdays and they’re busy upgrading laptops!

As a school looking to manage these challenges, you’re not alone!

If this sounds familiar, it could be time to draw a line in the sand. Please take a couple of minutes to view a movie which will help explain a solution.

If it’s something that sounds interesting, I’d be happy to have a chat about how it can work for your school when considering classroom display technology, school hall audio visual systems and more.

Elementary Technology work in partnership with hundreds of schools throughout the UK – most start with a Classroom Healthcheck  which helps paint a detailed picture of their current situation. Click here  to read how this can work, and click here  to watch a case study success story from a primary school who are enjoying the benefits of a technology upgrade.

So the main message here is that bringing your classroom technology up to the standard of your teaching is easier than you think, especially when working with experienced experts in education technology.

If this sounds interesting, get in touch! Either use the form on this page or call our office on 0844 357 5197.

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