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    Welcome aboard David I'm sure you will enjoy your time here fella,


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    Hello everyone,

    I'm Matthew and work for HP. Hopefully I can provide some help where I can and hopefully learn a few things from you guys.
    Regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattj21 View Post
    Hello everyone,

    I'm Matthew and work for HP. Hopefully I can provide some help where I can and hopefully learn a few things from you guys.
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    Matthew
    Hi Matthew ,

    Welcome aboard fella

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    Hello

    Hello

    Please see introductory info:

    About King Solomon Academy
    The academy opened in September 2007 and is growing each year with a new intake. This September, the academy’s secondary school will open and both the primary and secondary school will move into new, state of the art facilities.
    The academy’s approach is one of complete commitment to our pupils. The staff body is made up of a committed cohort of teachers and support staff from varied backgrounds, brought together around a vision of a caring, supportive community who are inspired to work with endeavour and enthusiasm towards our goals. We feel the current educational opportunities for pupils from inner-city London communities are unacceptable. We aim to do whatever it takes to provide every single one of our pupils with the real and tangible opportunity to go on to university when they leave school at 18 years old if they so chose.
    The academy is unique in several ways. It is all-through, providing a seamless journey for pupils from 3-18. It is made up of small schools for different age groups. By keeping the school sizes small we ensure that pupils and teachers know each other’s name, and can build strong, positive, relationships. We believe that through this and hard work and thoughtful planning, we will ensure that pupil behaviour at the academy is exemplary.
    We start in our new facilities this summer with over 30 teaching and support staff moving into our high-tech and brand-new facilities. We look forward to IT playing a crucial role in supporting learning in the years ahead.

    About ARK Schools

    ARK Schools is part of the children’s charity ARK which runs a range of health, welfare and education projects in Southern Africa, Eastern Europe, India and the UK. It was created in 2004 to work with the DCSF, local authorities and others to set up new schools and replace existing schools through the academies programme. Its aim is to operate a network of outstanding, non-selective, inner-city academies offering high quality education to children of all abilities and backgrounds. ARK Schools brings together experienced teachers and education professionals and engages with parents and communities to provide first-rate local schools.
    ARK Schools runs a network of six academies across London and has plans to open schools in Portsmouth, Birmingham and Redbridge over the next few years. ARK Schools has no religious affiliation and is committed to comprehensive education.

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    WLAN specialist

    Hi

    Im a geek from Sohcom, who knows lots about Wireless Networking....
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    Welcome Dave!

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    Hi, nice to meet you all

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    Hi from Alex

    Hello I am Alex, from Ukraine

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    hello Alex - are you our first Ukrainian? Do you work in a school?
    Welcome to the wierd world of Edugeek!

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    No, I am not. Sincerely I just googled for "gsm power switch" and landed on one of the pages of your forum where some poeple discuss such devices and noone of them seems to have information about where to find such thing. So i decided to post some info.

    Me personally working as sales&marketing manager for electronic eqipment manufactured by company I work for. On the other hand sometimes I write articles related to IT/Games and publish them with some online portals (normally in russian language), make web-programming also as freelancer and have own software project. I dont think this could be interesting to educational IT professionals because sincerely speaking I didn't payed attention to main idea of this society when I registered, I just wanted to share info with guys on that forum.

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    Actually, we do have quite a few people who don't work in education. Personally I think that you can offer quite a lot in terms of help and advice (not sales!) given that quite a few of us are involved with websites, gaming and the like.
    So welcome anyway!

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    Yup! Welcome Alexo!

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    Welcome to everyone I missed

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    Bonjour new'ens!

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Hello All,

    I am a Teacher of ICT, eLearning Co-ordinator and Moodle Developer (in a contributed code way).

    I love IT and used to be a Senior Software Engineer. My favourite language is Java, although I have used / written C, C++, Modula 2, Pascal, Ada, COBOL, BASIC, JavaScript, PHP, SQL, ProLog and 68000 assembler.

    Cheers,

    Gareth

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