About Us

Who are we?

Established in 1999, at Interactive Education we have worked with schools and colleges for over 16 years. Set up by an ICT Curriculum Director and a Child Care professional, the team has now expanded to include experts in audio visual, ex-teachers and specialists from the education industry.

We believe in a teacher friendly process from beginning to end, keeping our company ethos at our core; by teachers for teachers.

Delivering ICT solutions to schools across UK, we ensure all technology goes through a rigorous testing and evaluation programme to be confident that every product is the best fit for an education environment.

 

Our commitment to customer service and the environment

As Interactive Education is ISO9001 accredited, we have a strong internal process in place to deal with customer queries and non-conformances efficiently. Our main goal is to deliver the highest level of customer service and a smooth process for our clients.

At Interactive Education, we understand the importance of our role to the environment. We use low energy technology at our facilities and believe in a paperless environment. Where possible, long distance meetings are conducted over a live video feed, reducing our transport and vehicle emissions.

In addition, each level of technology supplied encourages energy saving and cost effectiveness to our customers. We always endeavour to reduce our carbon footprint and be environmentally friendly.

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Travel

As a business we are aware that travel is a major part of business life so we try to do
everything we can to cut emissions. One way in which we have done this is try taking
advantage of video-conferencing to perform product demonstrations and training to
reduce face-to-face meetings.

Our Products

We believe that ICT is an integral part of innovative and engaging teaching. So we
are committed to providing our customers with cost effective ICT with low noise levels
that use less energy. Our visualisers give users the option to replace the photo-copier
by allowing work to be saved on the visualiser and then displayed on our interactive
screens instantly for all to see, reducing the need to distribute endless print-outs

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“Using the Genee Vision visualiser does have implications in terms of resources within the school. It means that we have to buy fewer copies of things; we are certainly an eco-school in most areas of the school so this ties in very neatly with that and it means that, for example; a member of staff doesn’t have to enlarge a small worksheet to an A3 copy to show to a group; It can be put straight onto a visualiser so it side-steps that addition- al use of resources that would generally be binned after the lesson, therefore cutting down on waste.”

Gretel Copper, Deputy Head Teacher, Bantock Primary School.