Interactive Touchscreens – St. Elisabeths Primary School, Stockport

We worked with the school and conducted a Classroom Healthcheck report which provided a superb ‘where are we now’ insight into their current equipment. It included the detail of each interactive whiteboard and each projector in each classroom, as well as their other educational technology.

With this information as evidence, including our traffic light rating for each classroom, St Elisabeth’s was able to justify a whole-school classroom display upgrade. The project included 9 x 70″ interactive touchscreens, a set of accompanying visualisers, project managed installation and full ongoing training.

Not sure if an upgrade is for you? Ask us about our free, detailed Classroom Healthcheck.

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Upgrading classroom tech to improve student outcomes is always beneficial. ✅

But when staff aren’t trained appropriately, opportunities are missed. ❌

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Schools are very much aware of the challenges you face with technology in the classroom, but sometimes you need a way to measure this. So we developed our Classroom Healthcheck® to help. ✅

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