Pobble is a platform where children publish and share their writing world-wide. Its aims to make children more confident about their writing. It facilitates feedback between children and schools. Pobble moderate all of the comments made before they go live.
LEB Partnership
LEB Partnership are Promethean resellers, one of their products being the Promethean Active Table.
GeTech are a Google for Education Premier Partner. They provide schools with everything needed to achieve a cloud based learning environment from Wi-Fi and internet connectivity to Chromebooks and tablets.
Hardware Associates Limited
Hardware Associates Limited supply refurbished computers to schools.
EIS are a fully self-funding unit of Kent County Council, who supply a product called One Note. This is a digital note-taking tool, aimed at replacing paper notebooks.
Broadly speaking, SonicWall are IT security providers. They aim to keep children safe online in schools.
iBoardTouch offer a wide range of interactive touch screens of varying sizes, and also develop and provide the necessary software.
Wand Education
Wand is a simple content creation platform. A large number of creative activities can be added to it.
Vybra Solutions specialise in device management. This covers the charging and secure storage of electronic devices.
Learning Ladders
Learning Ladders is a relatively new company which has been in existence for three years. They have created a framework whereby a school can input their own curriculum and their own assessment policy.
Earwig is a system for collecting evidence in the form of images, videos, audio files, documents and pupils’ work. It is multi-platform and can be used with any device.
2Simple’s primary product is Purple Mash. It is a web-based product targeted at primary schools and designed to provide a solution for cross-curriculum learning.
Albion supplies Apple products and supports schools deploying iPads and Mac PCs. It provides strong post-sales service and aims to enhance customers’ educational output.
Aleutia manufactures fanless, solid-state drive desktop PCs. The computers are small and the case acts as a heatsink so they are well suited for use in higher temperatures. They are also silent.
DoodleMaths is targeted at children aged 7 to 14 and is designed to provide a personalised numeracy experience.
EXA Education
EXA Education is an internet service provider that owns its own network. The company’s target market is education establishments of all kinds, from small primary schools up to universities.
Kitronik Igloo is a sewable PICAXE control board designed for use within e-textiles projects.
GroupCall offers a number of communication solutions including Xpressions, a messaging service designed for parents. It is a free app and enables a school to contact parents and vice versa.
Penstripe have led the development of homework setting/planning tools for over 30 years.
Schools Broadband
Schools Broadband provides broadband and internet connectivity packages specifically for the education sector.
At Barracuda Networks, we understand the unprecedented challenges that you and your staff are facing, and we have the industry’s most advanced, cost-effective solutions for you to maintain a safe, secure, and thriving eLearning environment and school community.
ParentHub provides a smartphone app and text message service that enables schools and teachers to engage and communicate with parents.
Maths Tutor has become part of our weekly maths lessons. My pupils go on to the app and perform very focused and engaging tasks.
eSchools provides a single sign-on platform featuring all the services that a school needs including a learning platform, communication tools, a school website and features for office staff and governors.
Leba Innovation produces systems to manage, store, charge, synchronies and transport iphones, tablets and laptops within a school.


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