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When we're supporting schools with classroom technology, we lead with teaching and learning.

A minimum hardware specification, such as toughened glass, interactivity, longevity and so on is essential. But it's usually the educational software, used effectively by a well-trained, confident teacher, which brings the magic to pupils.

It's for this reason that we've made it our business to understand what schools need, what works well, what works less well, and how to best use what you already have.

In short, we get it! Supported by years of exclusively education experience and overseen by our Head of Education & Training Christine Mayers.

Here's what software can bring to your school...

Elementary Technology's Experience Centre. A place where classroom technology is demonstrated to schools.

Reducing teacher workload

Believe it or not, reducing teacher workload was a listed priority from the Department for Education. With that in mind, we have the equipped ourselves with the tools to help you make this aspiration a reality, supported by teacher-led training.

Live marking, verbal feedback, sharing bespoke resources within your network, use of AI and content creation tools, and lots more.

We're here to show you what's available, then share the help you need to reduce workload.

Elementary Technology's Experience Centre. A place where classroom technology is demonstrated to schools.

Inclusion, and adapting learning to ability

Hardware is static and difficult, sometimes even expensive, to mend when it breaks. Software however, can be bespoke, tailored to teachers and to pupils for a unique learning experience.

Create game-based assessment quizzes, share different versions live to different pupils and see live results for immediate intervention.

Use Immersive Reader for pupils with SEND, and rather than relying on written word, empower pupils to share verbal and visual content to evidence learning and understanding.

Elementary Technology's Experience Centre. A place where classroom technology is demonstrated to schools.

Supercharging existing resources

A big challenge for teachers when upgrading can be possible loss of existing resources, whether these are Powerpoint, SMART Notebook, Promethean ActivInspire files or others.

Speak to use about cross-compatible platforms, allowing you to upgrade without legacy content holding you back.

Or probably better - new platforms such as Lumio reinvigorate existing resources with a host of powerful interactive tools.

Elementary Technology's Experience Centre. A place where classroom technology is demonstrated to schools.

Use of existing hardware

New software doesn't need new hardware.

Recently upgraded classroom displays can be given a new lease of life with new software, providing all staff within a school or Trust the same tools to deliver effective teaching.

No more 'them and us' or classroom lottery based on hardware upgrades - near equity of teaching tools throughout a site, supported by effective, relevant training and CPD.

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