You've probably gathered by now that edugeek is addictive! :)
Hello everyone - this is my first post on Edugeek.
My name is Paul Hughes and I am the Managing Director of ParentMail +Pay. I've been a silent observer of this forum for some time and have seen the great work that it does. I've also noticed a few threads where our company name has been quoted sometimes properly and sometimes not.
I'm not here to promote our business (not to intervene/comment on threads) but am very happy to answer any questions from forum members that use our services and to receive feedback (good and bad).
We live in interesting times as we all know and I'm happy to help if I can and to share information that might be of interest to members.
Good to have you here.
Welcome to all who have arrived since I last popped my head around the door. Special welcome to PaulHughes - it is always useful to get the view from someone who knows about a system or service that a large number of edugeeks use. You are welcome to comment on posts and give information and help! :)
Welcome to all the recent members whom have joined! :) Hope you have a great experience! :-)
See you all around!
Thank you for the welcome folks :-)
I am Robert, I am from Bristol and work at Kingsfield school as a temporary part time IT Technician.
Its my first IT job since graduating with a 2nd class ICT Degree with hons. I am a mature "25" years old. Currently looking for full time and permanent employment (Within another school)
I really love my job.
Welcome to the edugeek party! Check out the Educational IT jobs section, a great start on the job hunt, good luck with the search.
Hi all, I'm Gaz and I work for a private teaching company as their IT guy. One of the worlds largest aerospace/defence contractors being our main client.
I've been working on computers since I left school, but only in the last 5 years got into the education industry and really started playing with networks.
I found edugeek after researching content filters I came across Smoothwall and I'm now a customer of theirs thanks to the support on this forum. :)
I'm sure this forum will be a great resource for help with working in the education industry.
Hi, my name is Amy. I work in a Public school in Croydon as an I.T Technician.
Experimented with computer since I was four and have done a few I.T Courses. Currently studying the CompTIA N+ certification.
Was told about Edugeek by a member/friend who works in another school in Croydon.
Here for general chit chat :)
:welcome:to the mad house Amy:D
Ha you made a joke...