Technology in schools


Client: Scottish Councils

Project: Providing AV Technology to all 32 council regions.

SSUK believes that the utilisation of Audio-Visual technology can have a dramatically positive effect on the educational standards within schools for children of all age ranges and capabilities.

That’s why we’re happy to announce that we’ve reached an agreement with Scotland Excel to be one of the main suppliers of AV technology to nurseries, primaries and secondary schools within the 32 Council regions in Scotland. This means that we can deal directly with all local government organisations to provide the exact equipment children need to consolidate and improve Scotland’s place as one of the best providers of education in the world.

Whether it is the installation of Interactive Touchscreens by brands such as SMART and Promethean, projectors, main hall sound and digital signage solutions, SSUK has the experience and skill to provide high quality work whilst being great value for money.

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