Woodmansterne School in London has installed more than 40 Interactive Flat Panel (IFP) displays from BenQ, as part of a large-scale transformation that has seen it open a secondary school alongside the existing primary school and increase its student intake from 350 to 2,000 pupils aged from 2 to 16 years old. Education technology integrator Partnership Education specified and installed forty-four 75-inch BenQ RP Series multi-touch interactive displays in classrooms, support rooms, music studios and the school library, with BenQ providing teachers with initial training, ongoing support and additional training twice a year. BenQ’s Account Management System (AMS) enables teachers to access lesson plans and materials on any display and the IT department to maintain and service displays remotely. Partnership Education also specified equipment, including 3D printers, for the school’s five IT suites, music studios and assembly hall.
Standardising on BenQ IFPs .
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