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Improve efficiency in the classroom with the right technology

Schools have had to embrace change to ensure they are equipping younger generations with the skills they need to succeed in modern technology-driven economies. Helsby High School has already reduced teaching downtime and cut print costs by 40% by reviewing and improving its print infrastructure with Brother.

Now we've commissioned a report of 100 schools across the UK to find out what teachers are really looking for in their technology solutions.

Our exclusive research looks at the pressure points teachers are facing, with as many as 78 hours of teaching time, per teacher, being lost every year due to not having the right technology available.

What's more, teachers now face the challenge of delivering a seamless experience between schools and home, faced with pupils who often have access to far more advanced technologies outside of the education establishment.

As a result, the majority of teachers predict a major step change in how IT will be used in schools in the next five years.

And while we recognise that schools are constantly under pressure when it comes to budgets, the long-term benefits can be transformative.


 

We’re entering an age where our young people are more tech savvy than ever before. This means it’s even more important that school technology can match up to their growing expectations.

John Greehalgh - Head of public sector sales, Brother UK

Fill in your details to download the report and find out how we can help you improve efficiency in the classroom.

Find out how Helsby High School cut print costs by 40%

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Helsby High School

We streamlined the school’s printer offering to halve running costs without sacrificing on quality.

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