A secondary school in Derby is using IT services to deliver a better experience for all of its pupils.
Noel-Baker Community School is rolling out a new IT infrastructure, which will help teachers deliver educational materials and methods in an innovative way.
The learning centre's IT team no longer has to waste time servicing the needs of its users and can instead concentrate on strategic tasks that will benefit the running of the school.
Desktops have been installed in every classroom and teachers are able to log-in to any machine and hook it up to a projector or printer.
Lee Jepsen, networking manager at Noel-Baker School, said the reason behind the investment was to create an environment where everything was "flexible, scalable and could rapidly respond to user demands".
"We're now providing the foundation to help teachers and students teach and learn in a far more effective way," he added.
Posted by Tim Colman