• An empty cart

    You have no item in your shopping cart

Enter your keyword


Release the power of WiFi throughout your school, even covering outdoors, with the ubiquiti range of pro access points.

Revolutionary cloud controlling software, reduces pricing and maximises management capabilities.

Now integrate your public announcement system, timed bells and broadcasts to classrooms with the new ubiquiti EDU access point.
Example price for wireless infrastructure including public announcement system {based on 10 Access points} £5995.00

For your free wireless survey, and no obligation Quote call us today.

Prices subject to survey and quotation

Phone: 0113 236 0650

Maintain, Install or extend your current Wireless network, with a robust Netgear solution.

All our technicians are Netgear authorised installers.

Mobile devices in the classroom environment are an essential, with all new wireless networks Pudsey Computers heat map the school and ensure maximum coverage before installation.Whether your connecting laptops, iPads, staff devices and iboards, the networks are designed to take the load in which a school environment must operate. Usually managed as part of our curriculum contract services but available on separate management fee.


One of the most advanced robots yet

Excite the children in your school and stretch their imaginations by hiring ROBI for one week. With supervision the children can take control, and can develop their coding and computer science skills by using either the virtual or the real robot. ROBI comes complete with lesson plans to walk you through controlling and coding him.
Bespoke resources also available for introducing NAO ROBI into literacy lessons – a truly amazing way to engage the most reluctant writers.

Here is what schools had to say….

  • Fantastic links to coding but also literacy – great impact
  • Having Robi in school for a week was fantastic; all the children loved their session with him
  • Nao robi was so successful in our school the children are still talking about him
  • The robot became the focus of the cross curricula activities from coding to Art, english, Maths and DT&T