Wireless wi-fi is essential for schools if they are to use digital technology and devices to their full potential.
Schools using wireless wi-fi allow their pupils the freedom and inspiration to learn “in the hall, in the playground, during break time, over lunch or after school.
Those schools without adequate wireless wi-fi will fail to meet the required standards of the governments new core subject, Computer Science. Schools also have little chance of meeting Education Secretary, Michael Gove’s goal of children learning computer code, being able to design websites and also create animations, by the age of 11.
Soltech IT can assist your school with all of its wireless wi-fi needs and in most cases our team of engineers will find a solution that is cost effective, meets your budget and works reliably.
Pick up the phone today and call us on 01275 332835, we will be happy to answer any questions you have and arrange a free of charge site survey to establish you wireless wi-fi requirements, before providing you with a quotation.
September 2017 sees the introduction of a new position at Soltech IT, with the appointment of Luke Bowden, who becomes our new Service Delivery Manager.
As our Service Delivery Manager, Luke will act as the customer services interface between our sales divisions, project implementation teams and our support departments, ensuring the very highest levels of customer service are maintained. Luke will also be tasked with maintaining and delivering our high quality levels of services as the company up scales.
“Luke joins us not just with a wide range of service delivery skills and experience but more importantly, fits the culture of our business. I am very much looking forward to working with him on our continuing journey to make Soltech IT, one of the most respected IT providers in the UK”, explained Adam Lane, Technical Director at Soltech IT.
The scheme provides grants of up to £600 for projects or events linked to the teaching or promotion of physics and engineering in schools and colleges based in the UK, catering for students in the age range five to 19.
Grants can be used to support a wide range of projects. You can apply for the grant for the organisation of a school based science week activity or extracurricular activities such as a science club. Alternatively, you might want organise a careers event or a visit from a working physicist or engineer.
Applications for projects taking place in spring 2018 need to be submitted by 1st November 2017.
An application form can be found here.
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