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Bringing ICT to life in a leading independent school

Bringing ICT to life in a leading independent school

The Marist Schools are a group of Catholic independent day schools for girls aged 2 1/2 to 18, including a Nursery, Preparatory School, Senior School and Sixth Form. They fully outsourced their ICT support to RM Education in March 2015.
Published 24 August 2015
CC4 at King Edward VI Community College

CC4 at King Edward VI Community College

Chris Box, Network Manager at King Edward VI Community College, explains why he has decided to switch back to Community Connect.
Published 07 May 2013
The Judd School, Kent

The Judd School describes its move from CC3 to CC4

The Judd School, in Kent, has upgraded from a CC3 to a CC4 network, and finds that its ICT runs much more smoothly as a result.
Published 02 May 2012
First £4.3 million School development to open in Stoke BSF

First £4.3 million School development to open in Stoke BSF

The merging of two schools into a brand new development to create a Short Stay school for BESD (Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties) students driven forward by the REACH programme. This school will concentrate on delivering educational content to mainly Key stage 3 and Key Stage 4 students to focus on the skills and access to opportunities to allow each student to become more pro active and successfully work towards their GCSEs and with the aim of aiding a quick return back into main stream education.
Published 23 April 2012
e-safe education managed service, Blessed Hugh Faringdon

A safer ICT environment at Blessed Hugh Faringdon School

The learning opportunities that technology can offer are huge, but what else are students getting up to online? Read how one school tackled this growing issue.
Published 09 February 2012