Creating impressive digital signage
at St Paul’s High School
St Paul’s Catholic High School wanted to impress with a new digital signage system. We supplied them with all the knowledge, support and equipment they needed, installing a Scala digital signage system and various extras. Since the installation, staff at the school have been able to have great control over the information displayed around the site.
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Why did they come to us?
St Paul’s is a Specialist Engineering college for 11-16 year olds in Manchester. As part of the ‘Building Schools for the Future’ (BSF) programme, St Paul’s was working towards updating its technology and facilities, and wanted a digital signage setup to modernise their main entrance.
What did they need?
Staff at the school wanted to give its reception area a more modern feel by showcasing school content on digital signage.
How did we help?
We installed screens in the main reception, students’ entrance and main hall (where we also provided a projection system and rack of school-branded AV equipment). We provided branded templates for the signage to help staff get started, and trained them on how to create, upload and manage their own content.
What were the benefits?
Visitors and students are now greeted by an up-to-date display system when they first arrive at the school, giving a far more modern first impression. Teachers can create and schedule their own content, so that they’re always communicating the most up-to-date messaging to the rest of the school.
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Who are St Paul's High School?
St. Paul’s is a Specialist Engineering college for 11-16 year olds in Manchester. As part of the ‘Building Schools for the Future’ (BSF) programme, St Paul’s is working towards updating its technology and facilities.