With a combined experience of nearly 100 years working with audio visual systems in schools, we have a customer base ranging from small primary schools to large academy chains, local authorities to corporate customers and more.
We attribute our success to our state of mind - one which always seeks to improve our offering and the customer experience. It's the policy which means we always provide on site demonstrations to ensure the product is perfect for the school, and we always supply free unlimited training and ongoing support. It's our growth mindset.
With a unique, specialist knowledge of education, our skills and expertise lie in the delivery of audio-visual solutions to a wide range of markets. It means you can depend upon Elementary Technology to take care of all your audio visual technology needs - from initial consultation to ongoing training and support.
Our primary mission though, is to improve teaching and learning in our country's vast network of schools, colleges and universities, and to do so through intelligent use of education technology. With growing complexity in our technology comes a need for an expert approach, one which works closely with each individual customer and designs a technology solution bespoke to their needs.
Today we continue deliver our range of education technology solutions across the country, always with a friendly and knowledgeable service and always with free unlimited training .
Elementary Technology is an ISO 9001 registered firm. We have been assessed and approved by QAS International to management systems, standards and guidelines that adhere to this certification.
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Elementary Technology were chosen to provide various audio visual systems to be installed into 2 new buildings as part of a re-location project of the Primary and Secondary departments of The Bridge School, a special school in the London Borough of Islington. This decision was based on competitive pricing plus the required level of project management.
With an order value of over £250k, 30 rooms received new equipment including height adjustable plasma and SMART flat panel displays in the classrooms, projectors & audio systems in the professional training rooms and 3 large screens & projector systems in the halls.
The project was delivered on time & on-budget, providing specialized learning solutions for children with SLD, PMLD & ASD. Telephone & on-site support was provided and Elementary Technology showed a good ability to work alongside a larger building project.
Sally Paveley, ICT Co-ordinator, The Bridge School, Islington