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Budget Solutions: Rethinking Your Approach to ICT by Lesley Smith

Technology is changing the world and will inevitably have a huge impact on the world our children grow up into. But as technology becomes an increasingly integral part of ... Read More

Why choose RM? An interview with the MD by Lesley Smith

At BETT 2016 a film crew from the Education Business Magazine interviewed Toby Black, Managing Director of RM Education, on why he thinks RM is the best choice for your ICT ... Read More

Why did UTC Oxfordshire choose RM to provide their IT support? by Lesley Smith

UTC Oxfordshire is a new specialist science and engineering college for students aged 14-18. In September 2015 the College welcomed their first pupils, 150 Year 10 and Year ... Read More

Fir Vale School reap the benefits of transitioning their IT support to RM by Lesley Smith

Fir Vale is an 11-16 comprehensive school serving an ethnically diverse community in the north-east of Sheffield. They have been recognised as being successful in developing ... Read More

Mutual understanding helps us to deliver brilliant IT support by Lesley Smith

Peakirk-cum-Glinton CofE Primary School is a smaller than average-sized primary school in Peterborough with a strong awareness of their local history. They receive proactive ... Read More

An ICT support safety net for Tany's Dell Primary School by Lesley Smith

Tany's Dell Community Primary School strives to provide their pupils with a high standard of education in order to fully prepare them for their next stage of learning, and ... Read More

Many schools spend too much on their ICT. Are you one of them? by Lesley Smith

Our analysis has identified that on average, the secondary schools surveyed are spending around £135 per pupil on school employed ICT teams and any outsourced technical ... Read More

100% network availability at Darlington College by Lesley Smith

About Darlington College Darlington College serves the communities of South West Durham, Darlington and North Yorkshire. The college has 2,100 full-time and 6,500 part-time ... Read More

Towards a National Funding Formula by Ina Zuncke

Schools Minister David Laws has announced an extra £350m in 2015-16 to give a “boost to schools in the least fairly funded local authorities in the country” and take a ... Read More

The “star of the show” that costs less than milk…. by Suzanne Kyle

Not only is RM Unify officially a ‘killer product’ (according to several BETT visitors) it costs less than some schools spend on milk for the staffroom.  We know teachers ... Read More

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