On the day of the meeting, we would really appreciate the following to help our consultants set-up as quickly as possible.
• A parking space
• Disabled access into the building as most of the radio packages we use for demonstrations are on wheels.
• One power socket
• All staff who are likely to be part of the radio project.
Does the school need to provide anything?
A typical on-site meeting will last one hour while a demonstration including pupils will usually require up to two hours. This will enable them to have plently of hands-on time with the equipment while still covering the important decisions to be made.
The equipment will take around 5-10 minutes to wheel/carry into the school, so please allow access to the meeting point where possible, ahead of time.
How long will the meeing last?
We welcome both staff and pupils to attend the meeting. In order for our consultations to be as effective as possible, we ask that at least a senior member of staff attend.
Topics such as funding, licenses and project implementation will be covered, so it helps for the right people to attend.
Who should attend?
• Discover how radio can benefit the curriculum
• Hear how other schools are using radio
• See and try the latest equipment and find our why S-Radio and Synergy technology is so important to the success of a school radio project.
Register for a demonstration below
Demonstrations are a great way to:
One of our Media Project Consultants will visit your school or college at a pre-arranged date and time.
They will bring with them an S-Radio or Synergy Radio system. (Please let us know if you have a preference or budget in mind).
From equipment and costs to broadcasting and licenses, we are able to advise on every aspect of radio.
Operating from three locations - Glasgow, Northampton and Winchester we typically require one weeks notice to attend your school.
What is involved?
On-site demonstrations are a great way for your school to discover the impact that radio can have on learning.
The meetings are fun, informative, and for many the first step towards starting a radio project.