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ICT Installation Services With over 25 year’s experience in supplying ICT installation services for education, with SchoolCare you can rely on sound advice and an assurance of the best value. SchoolCare has a team of highly qualified ICT engineers with broad skills for ICT installation services for education that include: Ethernet LAN and WAN infrastructures […]

Welcome to the Learning Access Suite Multi-Sensory Special Education Needs Software Enhancement for Students with Learning Differences The Learning Access Suite is the development of seven products into one package designed to make reading, writing and studying so much easier. Available on a subscription basis, (priced per student per year), the suite offers new and […]

Software for Primary Schools – Literacy Box R, 1 and 2 Designed for focused Word level work for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2, each Literacy Box includes multiple exciting game types and more than 200 literacy activities. This software for Primary Schools is built to help integrate ICT into literacy lessons, matching activities to […]

SMART PRODUCTS CENTRE – Interactive Products for Education For more than 15 years, SMART products have been the most widely used make of interactive whiteboard and today, SMART are also recognised as a leading innovator of interactive products for education. SMART products now include the latest interactive whiteboards with ultra-short throw projectors, interactive tables, interactive […]

Through our established relationship with HP we can offer pre built ProLiant servers to meet your network requirements. HP ProLiant Base Chassis – Pedestal An HP Pedestal server is an ideal base chassis for any schools or colleges to build your ideal server from. All servers are built to specification with recommended components such as […]

Reduce your carbon footprint and make a huge budget saving with server virtualisation for education What is Server Virtualisation for Education? Server virtualisation is the term applied to the separation of hardware resources into a logical break down rather than a physical breakdown and, therefore, creating the appearance of separate server entities within one actual […]