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Schools and education news


On this page, you’ll find a selection of our news that relates to schools and the education sector. Our full blog can be found here.

Books for schools

Books 4 Schools Update: Wonderful messages from Langley Hall Primary Academy.

We were so touched that year 3 students aged 7 and 8 took the time to write letters of thank you to us ~ how thoughtful. And how impressive and neat the writing is too!

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Loughborough Schools Foundation

Loughborough Schools Foundation: Avaya Global Safe-Schools Case Study

Following many months of careful planning back in early 2018, the summer holidays saw Evoke Telecom embark on one of its most fulfilling installation projects to date.

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Books4Schools

Books 4 Schools on World Book Day 2019

During Books 4 Schools month at Evoke, our aim is to provide 5 books from 5 different authors as a 25 book school library pack, which we then donate to schools and nurseries to boost and refresh their library stocks.

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World Book Day 2019

Evoke gets ready for World Book Day

Every year, on or around World Book Day, Evoke Telecom delivers its Books 4 Schools campaign.

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Rushy mead telecoms case study for phone system

Case study: Rushey Mead Academy

“A new system to support the needs of a rapidly growing school”  Rushey Mead Academy,

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Books for schools

Books for Schools

Simple things like buying new books have become a real challenge as heads and governors wrestle with where best to allocate ever shrinking funds. To offer a little help along the way, Evoke Telecom will launch our ‘Books for Schools’ initiative this February.

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St Peter and St Paul Academy Case Study

Case study: St Peter & St Paul Academy

At St Peter & St Paul CE Academy, the Ericsson-LG eMG80 iPECS is supporting the day to day challenges of managing a Primary Academy.

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Students

A Tablet Device for Every Pupil?

Almost 70% of primary and secondary schools in the UK now use tablet computers, according to research.

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