Schools, Colleges & Universities Using Sonifex Products
Some of the schools, colleges and Universities using Sonifex products are shown below outlining the school/college details and a description of the product(s) they have bought. If you're a school or college that uses Sonifex equipment and would like to appear on this list, please send a brief description to firstname.lastname@example.org
11/11/2011 Willows School Installs School Radio Solutions Package >>
12/05/2011 Air Radio Get Hands-On With School Radio Solutions >>
12/05/2011 School Radio Solutions,The Best Option For St.Thomas More RC College >>
29/11/2010 School Radio Solutions Adds An Air Of Class To University of East London >>
14/04/2010 Echo FM Choose School Radio Solutions For Refurbished Studio >>
Primary, Junior and Grammar Schools, Colleges and Universities
|Air Radio, Stafford
(a station run by young people)
|Air Radio started in 2007 as a small internet based radio station, run a few days a week, by a group of 14 year old students from a school ICT classroom. Today, it operates from a small studio just outside Stafford in the UK and broadcasts at http://www.airradiogroup.co.uk/
It is currently run by seven members aged 16 to 25 and offers a platform for young people to get hands-on experience in radio and other media. In 2009, the station bought a 15 & 5 channel split Sonifex S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer.
See press release >>
Installed by Jack UK
|Baskerville School||Baskerville School purchased an S2 Solutions Studio Package 01 (with S2-20 mixer), in August 2010.
Baskerville School is a special day and residential school for students aged 11 to 19 years, with autistic spectrum disorders and complex difficulties. The students cover a wide ability range. We have grown rapidly in recent years due to an increase in the population of young people with autism and other complex difficulties.
|Birmingham Ormiston Academy||Birmingham Ormiston Academy is an independent state-funded 14-19 Academy specialising in Creative, Digital and Performing Arts.
The Academy has superb facilities for academic, vocational and extra-curricular activities and will be at the forefront of the development of creative and digital arts.
They offer a BTEC Extended Diploma in Creative Media which offers a diverse range of specialist units designed to equip the student with the confidence and skills to engage creatively with the exciting, innovative and fast developing world of digital media and communication in its many forms. In July 2011 they took delivery of one of our S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixers (S2-10 split).
Installed by Altered Images
City Learning Centre
|In the summer of 2007 Blackpool CLC took delivery of a S2 Solutions Studio Package which included a Sonifex S2-25 channel mixer, together with a telephone balance unit (for taking telephone calls) and various other professional equipment. They produce audio material of the highest quality and can now stream onto the internet on demand. The studio is mainly used in the teaching of literacy (you have to write a script!), science (interviews with Newton) and Drama (write and perform your own play).
||Bournemouth University offer degree level courses in Radio Production and Media Production and the radio studios are used by BIRSt, the Student Radio Station. Since June 2006, they have installed and are using 2 x S2 Solutions Radio Studio Package both with with 2 x 25 channel S2 mixer and 1 x S2 Solutions Professional Radio Studio Package 02 with a split 20 channel S2 mixer (2 chassis each of 10 channels).
Installed by Sound Exposure and HBB
|Brownhill School||Browwnhill School purchased a Portable Radio Studio Package in March 2010.
Brownhill is a small specialist school which caters for pupils with emotional and behavioural difficulties who have found it difficult to achieve their full potential in the mainstream sector.
The aims of the school are:
|Campion School||Campion School has invested in developing its ICT facilities (as part of its specialist school status), and has in recent years acquired a recording studio for music. In August 2010 they purchased one of our Portable Radio Studio Packages.
|Canterbury College is the Further and Higher Education College in the heart of historic Canterbury. They are using an S2 Solutions Professional Radio Studio Package 01 with a 25 channel S2 mixer in their studio and they offer courses on media training, such as BTEC First Diploma in Media, BTEC National Diploma in Media Production and the NCFE Certificate in Mix DJ Skills.
Installed by Jigsaw
|Coulsdon College, Surrey||Coulsdon College have an on-campus radio station which uses an S2-15 channel broadcast mixer, as part of their Media Department. Students on both academic A levels and BTEC vocational courses have access to excellent facilities including a digital editing suite and the radio station that enables live broadcasts around the college. Many of the students progress to universities and a wide range of future careers are available including, advertising, journalism, marketing, video production, and others.
Installed by Radio Studio Serv
|Coedcae Comp School||Coedcae Comp School purchased a Portable Radio Studio Package in March 2011.
Coedcae Comp School (Ysgol Coedcae School) is an 11-16 mixed comprehensive school situated in Llanelli. There aim is to strive to encourage their pupils to be independent learners, they aim to do this by giving all their pupils the opportunity to learn to use ICT skills effectively, and apply those skills in a variety of ways across a range of subjects.
|Cottage Grove Primary School||Cottage Grover Primary School caters for children from the age of 3-11. Their aim is to help each child develop and learn to the best of their ability and offer afull range of curriculum activities as well as a host of extra-curricular activities.
In March 2011 they purchased one of our Portable Radio Studio Packages.
|CSR FM||CSR is Canterbury’s Community and Student Radio station which launched on 15th January 2007. CSR has a five-year licence and broadcasts on 97.4FM across the entire city.
In August 2011 they purchased a Sonifex S2-10 and S2-15NM (Split configuration) mixer.
|De Montfort University Students Union, Leicester
||Demon FM is the award winning radio station based at De Montfort University in Leicester, broadcasting around the clock on 107.5FM and
In January 2008, Demon FM teamed up with De Montfort University to enter for a Community Radio License. In June 2008, OfCom, the regulatory body for TV, Radio and Telecommunications awarded Demon FM a license to broadcast full-time to Leicester. The Demon FM has two sets of studios located in the heart of the De Montfort University Leicester Campus.
From the student union in the DMU campus centre building, they have some of the latest top end equipment including a Sonifex S2 25 channel mixer. From the Faculty of Technology in the Queens Building they have access to multiple radio and recording studios that use the latest professional standard equipment to broadcast direct to Leicester and on-line.
|Dyke House Sports and Technology College||The Design & Technology Department of Dyke House Sports and Technology College is committed to preparing the pupils to participate in a changing world. Their goal is to maximise participation in Design & Technology for all pupils.
Pupils are encouraged to combine practical skills with an understanding of design to produce work of a high standard and quality.
They are encouraged to learn to think and be creative both individually and as part of a team.
In Novemer 2011, Dyke House Sports and Technology College purchased one of our Portable Radio Studio Packages.
Installed by Northgate Managed
|Farnborough College of Technology
|Echo FM is a student run community radio station that is part of Farnborough College of Technology in the UK. It began in May 1992 and broadcasts to the local community for one month in the year on 87.7 FM via a Restricted Service Licence and has worldwide coverage through the internet from its website at www.echofm.co.uk
In February 2010, the station underwent extensive renovation and refurbishment and updated most of the ageing studio equipment and installed a new Sonifex S2 Split Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer in Studio 1, the main broadcasting suite.
See press release >>
|Gorse Hill Junior School||Gorse Hill Junior School purchased one of our Portable Radio Studio Packages in July 2011.
|Harlow College has approximately 4,000 Further Education students and a nationally renowned Centre of Journalism which contains a news room, design area and radio studio. The radio studio uses an S2 Solutions Professional Radio Studio Package 01 with a 25 channel S2 mixer. The widely recognised School of Journalism, which has operated for many years, includes Piers Morgan, Michael Buerk, Andrew Morton, Sue Lawley and Kate Adie as alumnae.
|KCC Live has been a station at Knowsley Community College since December 2003. The idea was to create an entertaining, work-based-learning environment which prioritised youth-engagement and work-disciplines, an ethos which had gained the college much recognition in the past. The station has always been run by three full-time staff, and although was always classed as a ‘student station’ by groups wishing to correspond with it, it has always had a professional approach to public service and giving young people a realistic and enriching experience of radio, unrivalled by other student or commercial stations. The aim from the beginning was to create a station which excited and informed, in equal measure.
In February 2008, they bought 2 x S2 Solutions Professional Radio Studio Package 02 each with a 25 channel S2 mixer and also bought another 25 channel mixer for another studio. They have a clean record of serving an AM (medium wave) audience and have been granted a 5 year FM licence to broadcast on 99.8FM.
|Knutsford High School, Cheshire
||Knutsford High School have had their own radio studio since summer 2005 when they purchased an S2 Solutions Professional Radio Studio Package 02 with a 25 channel S2 mixer, split as 15 channel and 10 channel chassis.
|Leeds City College||Leeds City College is the UK’s third largest FE establishment, offering a diverse curriculum to over 50,000 students. The college offers a course in Creative Media Production (Radio), which introduces a wide range of radio techniques and technologies, including creative writing for the media and the use of a radio station. Students study all aspects of radio with tutors that have long experience of the industry. Students learn by completing projects and assignments that are based on realistic radio settings and real deadlines.
In June 2010, Leeds City College purchased one of our S1 Radio Broadcast Mixers.
|Leeds Trinity & All Saints, Leeds||The Media Centre at Leeds Trinity University College is housed in purpose built accommodation offering television and radio production and training services. Recently extended and thoroughly refurbished, a wide range of production equipment allows realistic broadcasting, recording and editing to take place. Two radio stations, one built to ILR standards, complete the facility and these both use an S2 Solutions Professional Radio Studio Package 01, one with a 15 channel S2 mixer and the other with a 10 channel mixer. The broadcast studio is fully equipped with an IRN raw news feed and the news room has both BURLI and ENPS digital editing networks.
In addition there is also a training studio in the Media Centre.
|Manchester Grammer School||The Manchester Grammar School is renowned internationally for its academic excellence and the incredible breadth and quality of the co-curricular activities on offer.
Manchester Grammer School purchased a Portable Radio Package in September 2011.
|Mereway Community College||Abbeyfield School (formerly Mereway Community College), provides a broad and balanced curriculum for students of all ages. Offering a wide range of courses at GCSE, AVCE, AS and A2 levels, which include both traditional and vocational qualifications. At post-16 level, the school works collaboratively with other schools and the local further education college to maximize the range of opportunities open to students.
In April 2006, Mereway Community College purchased one of our S2 Solutions Studio Package 01 (with S2-10 mixer).
|Mid Kent College||The music facilities at MidKent College's Medway Campus in Kent include a state-of-the-art sequencing lab and digital and analogue recording studios. In August 2009, they purchased one of our S2 Solutions Studio Package 02, (consisting of an S2-10 and S2 20 mixers with furniture).
Installed by Stage Electrics
|New College Nottingham||Courses range from one-day hobby workshops to apprenticeships to full-time degree courses. Broadcast Media, Creative Media Production and DJ Junior Academy are just some of the courses.
New College purchased an S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer in January 2008.
|Northumbria University||Northumbria University, in Newcastle upon Tyne, is an expanding multicultural learning community, with excellent links with further and higher education, industry and commerce throughout the UK, Europe and beyond.
The Department of Media houses a TV studio,a journalism newsroom, and a state of the art radio station. In June 2009, they purchased one of our S2 Solutions Studio Package 01, consisting of an S2-20 mixing desk with furniture.
|Nottingham Trent University||The Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism at Nottingham Trent University provides an outstanding environment for media training. Their up-to-date television and radio studios offer a realistic setting for developing presentation skills, and our team of professional journalists show how to get a message across on the radio, TV, online or in print. In October 2011, they purchased one of our S1 Radio Broadcast Mixers.
Installed by Quadrant
|Rivington & Blackrock High School||The music department at Rivington & Blackrock High School undertakes to provide all students, with an experience of a variety of musical styles and cultures which will enable them to develop an understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of music. They also make use of their very own TV and Radio Station to record music and to develop performance pieces.
They purchased an S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer in October 2007.
Installed by P Squared
|Salford University||Salford University offers a BA (Hons) course in Journalism where students learn how to find, record, write, edit, present and produce news for online, print, radio and television. In August 2009, they purchased one of our S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcasts.
|Oriental & African Studies||The station builds on the rich and varied expertise of the institution, providing programmes with a strong focus on the regions of Africa, Asia and the Middle East, as well as their Diasporas. SOAS Radio has strong links with communities around London, and collaborates with ex-SOAS students and others with media experience.
They purchased an S1 Radio Broadcast Mixer in April 2011.
|Shirehampton Primary School||Shirehampton Infants School and Shirehampton Junior Mixed School, Bristol was opened in September 1927 and replaced the Victorian segregated school in Station Road which had become too small for the growing number of pupils.The infant and junior schools were amalgamated into a primary school in the year 2000.
In July 2011, Shirehampton Primary School purchased a Portable Radio Package.
|South Bromsgrove High School||South Bromsgrove High School believe that in an increasingly competitive global market, their students need to become confident and competent learners with the self-belief to succeed. So they tailor their curriculum to the needs of the individual, in order to connect with each one of their students, engaging them in exciting and challenging programmes of study which are relevant to their needs and which reflect their interests and strengths. To this end, they provide a framework which facilitates a diversity of personalised pathways, constituting different routes to success.
South Bromsgrove High School purchased a Portable Radio Package in March 2011.
|Southampton University||The University of Southampton combines academic excellence with an innovative and entrepreneurial approach to research, supporting a culture that engages and challenges students and staff in their pursuit of learning.
Southampton University purchased a S2 Solutions Studio Package 01 (S2-25), in July 2005.
Installed by Preco
|St Thomas More College, Denton (Gt Manchester)||Established in 1964, St. Thomas More RC College is a Roman Catholic co-educational voluntary aided comprehensive college that achieved specialist status in September 2004 and became a Mathematics and Computing College. In June 2010, they bought a Portable Radio Studio Package, along with a desk and extra microphones from School Radio Solutions.
For more information about the St. Thomas More RC College school radio station, go to: http://www.key2radio.com/school/st_thomas_more
See press release >>
|Staffordshire University||Careers in Radio Production are ever-expanding. New digital, terrestrial and online stations are springing up and Staffordshire University offers a course designed to provide the student with the skills required to join this exciting industry. Students will become involved in the University’s online radio station, GK Radio and in the final year, will negotiate a major independent project in a particular specialism, or an investigative dissertation.
Staffordshire University purchased two S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixers (S2-10 and S2-20) in July and August 2008.
|Stirling University Students Union||Air3 radio is Stirling University's Student Radio station. Run by students for students. They broadcast online every day (during their two university semesters), seven days a week from 9am til 1am (and sometimes beyond on special occasions). With a broad range of programming from talk shows, specialist music shows, journalistic shows, comedy shows and much much more.
Stirling University Students Union purchased an S1 Radio Broadcast Mixer in March 2010.
|Storm Fm Students Union||Storm FM is Bangor University's student radio station, broadcasting online and on 87.7FM on the Ffriddoedd site. In August 2008 they purchased an S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer (S2-25).
|Suffolk New College, Ipswich
|A state of the art new building was opened at Suffolk New College in September 2009 which included a film theatre, dance studios, a performance theatre and a radio studio. The student radio station is called SCAM Radio and uses a Sonifex S2 split mixer with a 10 channel chassis and a 15 channel chassis sitting in custom woodwork.
Installed by Quadrant
||Sunderland University acquired two of our S2 Solutions Studio Package 01 and three of our S2 Solutions Studio Package 02 inAugust 2009. (5 x S2-10 split mixers)http://sparksunderland.com/
|The Brit School, Croyden
|The BRIT School is said to be Britain's only FREE Performing Arts and Technology School.
It is an independent, state funded City College for the Technology of the Arts, the only one of its kind dedicated to education and vocational training for the performing arts, media, art and design and the technologies that make performance possible.
In July 2006 they purchased 3 of our S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixers (S2-10, S2-25).
Installed by HBB
|The Haven High Technology College||The Haven High Technology College offers a comprehensive, broad and flexible curriculum to students of all abilities. It combines its distinctive approach to the education of young people with added value of working in partnership with parents and the local community.
The Haven High Technology College purchased a Portable Radio Package in September 2010.
|The Willows School||In 2009, the Willows School in Rotherham, UK, became a specialist centre for cognitive learning and is recognised as a school of excellence for the way in which children and young people learn, think and understand. It operates within a framework of 5 to10 pupils per class in order to encourage secure meta-cognition and confidence.
In March 2011, the school purchased a Portable Radio Package, in order to aid pupil speaking and listening skills and to implement both radio and podcasting qualifications. The package is also used to give the school lunchtime broadcast via the in-house public address system.
See press release >>
|Tower Road Primary School||Tower Road School is a Foundation Primary School where the children are organised into year groups of mixed ability classes. In March 2010 they purchased a Portable Radio Package.
|Twyford High School||At Twyford High School the art of performance is an essential part of learning and the school community itself is centred around students' ability to listen critically and respectfully as a collective audience.
In 2009 their Gospel Choir won the BBC SONGS of PRAISE SCHOOL CHOIR OF THE YEAR competition.
In April 2009, they purchased a S2 Solutions Studio Package 02 (S2-10 split).
Installed by Priory Gate
|University Centre Hastings|| The University of Brighton's campus in the heart of Hastings offers professionally focused undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in subjects including applied social science, business, computing, media, English literature, community history, education and environmental biology, and mathematics.
BURST Radio is the University of Brighton's student radio based in Hastings, using a three-room live broadcast facility (occasionally sharing space with BBC Radio 4 Women's Hour).Burst is run by students for students and airs from 10am and 7pm Monday to Friday, during term-time.http://www.burstradio.co.uk/
University Centre Hastings purchased a S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer (S2-25) in July 2009.
Installed by Station Z
|University of Bedfordshire||Radio LaB 97.1FM is a community radio station broadcasting from the University of Bedfordshire’s Park Square campus in Luton. Not only serving the students at the University of Bedfordshire but also the wider community of Luton. The station gives you the chance to listen to a wide range of music shows ranging from rock through to Indie, rap and unsigned bands.
University of Bedfordshire purchased a S2 Solutions Studio Package 02 (S2-10 split), in July 2010.
Installed by Jack UK
|University of Brighton||The University of Brighton is a community of over 23,000 students and 2,600 staff based on five campuses in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings and offers a practical broadcast media course.
In July 2008 the university of purchased a S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer.
Installed by Station Z
|University of Chester||University of Chester purchased a S2 Digital i/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer in July 2011.|
|University of East Anglia
Live Wire 1350AM
|The University of East Anglia's Student Union organises most of the entertainment on campus, from the freshers’ week to the end of term balls, and runs a range of sports clubs and societies, including the acclaimed independent student newspaper Concrete, campus television station Nexus UTV, and radio station Livewire 1350AM. http://www.livewire1350.com/
University of East Anglia purchased a S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer (S2-25). http://www.uea.ac.uk/
|University of East London||The University of East London, UK, offers a range of media and multimedia production activities within its Multimedia Production Centre (MPC). The facility combines teaching, research and production activities in a state-of-the-art environment and gives access to leading edge technologies and the support of highly skilled technical staff.
Funds became available in early 2010 enabling the studio to have its first major refurbishment in 20 years. They purchased a School Radio Solutions studio package comprising an S2 radio broadcast mixer with S2 Solutions furniture together with some ancilliary equipment such as a Sonifex talkback intercom, a DHY-03 telephone hybrid and two new SignalLED studio signs.
For more information about the University of East London, go to: http://uel.ac.uk
And for it’s Multimedia Production Centre, go to: http://mpcinfo.co.uk
See press release >>
|University of Glasgow||Subcity Radio is the student radio station based at the University of Glasgow. Unlike most other student stations, Subcity has always been aimed squarely at music lovers. With no set playlist and 90% specialist programming, it has consistently provided a service unavailable anywhere else in Glasgow.
In April 2008, the University of Glasgow purchased a S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer (S2-25).
|University of Hertfordshire|| The University of Hertfordshire's Student's Union has a wide range of opportunities for students interested in a career in the media - from writing articles for the Student Newspaper 'Universe', to presenting a show on our resident radio station 'Crush FM'.
University of Hertfordshire purchased a S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer (S2-25) in June 2009.
|University of Huddersfield||The University of Huddersfield journalism students are flexible and multi-skilled. They have to be to cope with the constantly changing world of journalism. They can not only seek out a story and write it up but are also able to shoot and edit digital video and audio, which they can upload to the web.
The university purchased a S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer (S2-10) in June 2008.
|University of Lincoln||The BA (Hons) Journalism at the University of Lincoln are taught the necessary editorial skills of research, information analysis, news evaluation and journalistic writing and interviewing techniques required by the industry. Broadcast journalism is catered for by well-equipped radio and television presentation studios.As well as benefiting from the excellent facilities the students provide the news output and a range of programmes for SIREN FM, the University’s own Community Radio station, which broadcasts to the Lincoln area and further afield via the web.
University of Lincoln purchased a S2 Solutions Studio Package 02 (2 x S2-05) in July 2011.
|University of Northampton|| Students from the Division of Media, English and Culture benefit from a state-of-the-art television studio and newly constructed radio station.
The University of Northampton purchased a S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer (S2-20) in October 2006.
|University of Portsmouth||The University of Portsmouth offers a BA (Hons) course in Film and Television Studies. Students have access to theatres and rehearsal rooms, music practice rooms, television production and editing spaces, cinema-style lecture theatres and fully-equipped seminar and presentation rooms. In September 2006 the university purchased a S2 Solutions Studio Package 02 (S2-10 split).
|University of Strathclyde||Strathclyde Fusion is the Association radio station which gives students a platform from which to showcase their talents. Strathclyde Fusion’s website supports audio, visual and text mediums as well as streaming internet radio Monday to Friday. Content is dependent on the students involved and could include news, entertainment and music.
The University of Strathclyde purchased a S1 Radio Broadcast Mixer in September 2010.
Installed by Canford
|University of Teeside||Click is the radio station for Teesside University. Providing music, news and entertainment 24/7 during term time. 'Awake at 8, Drive at 5' is on air weekdays 8-10am and 5-7pm, along with other shows outside of daytime.
Click was originally called UTRN (University of Teesside Radio Network) which launched on 21st January 2008 and is managed by the university, whilst run by students. In the summer of 2009, the university changed it's name from University of Teesside, to Teesside University - meaning UTRN needed a rebrand. After running a competition to design the new name and look for the radio station, Click was formed and launched as a brand in Freshers' week of the 09/10 academic year.
The University of Teeside purchased a S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer (S2-15) in March 2008.
Installed by Total Audio
|University of Winchester||The University of Winchester offers a MA in Journalism. Study and training proceeds rapidly from the classroom to the studio and newsroom where, together with extended periods of work attachment, students experience the reality of working journalism. A wide variety of teaching methods is used including tutorials, seminars, lectures, workshops and demonstrations. Practical work takes place in a purpose-built multimedia newsroom and studio designed and constructed to industry standards.
In September 2011, the university purchased two S2 Digital i/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixers (S2-05 & S2-10).
|URB, based at the University of Bath, is one of the UK's oldest student radio stations. Everyone involved in URB is either a student or associate of the University of Bath. URB began life as an electrical engineering project in 1973, broadcasting on 963AM to campus residences. Since then it has continued to grow, improving the studio and pioneering new technology. In 2001 URB was for the first time able to cover the whole of campus, when they were awarded an 1449AM license. Over the years they've also appeared on FM stereo across the city of Bath, as well as a brief flit with DAB broadcasting across the south-west.
From humble beginnings in a cupboard in 2 East, URB moved on to inhabit Studios in Norwood House at the heart of the Students' Union, where they can be found today. There are 3 Studios in the Norwood complex; Studio 1 is the main broadcast studio where most of URB's shows come from, Studio 2 is the DJ studio and also the music department's work room where playlist are compiled every week and studio 3 is the production studio and news room. URB was re-equipped with a Sonifex S2 mixer at the end of 2006.
On air they broadcast live from 9am in the morning into the night with a wide variety of programs, from daytime entertainment shows to specialist music.
|University Radio York||University Radio York (URY) is the student radio station for the University of York, broadcasting 24 hours a day during term time on 1350am and is run by students for students.
They purchased a S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer (S2-10 split) in April 2011.
|Westfield Arts College||Westfield Arts College has recently been awarded Specialist School Status in the Visual and Performing Arts.Arts College Status means continued funding to provide specialist staffing and equipment and will lead to increased opportunities for all members of the community.
They purchased a S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer (S2-10).
Installed by Broadcast Warehouse
|Westfield Junior School||Westfield is a Junior School which provides a high standard of education for pupils in the 7 – 11 age range. They also have a special unit for children with moderate learning difficulties and liaise with all educational and recreational support groups in the area providing facilities throughout the year (including school holidays) for people of all ages with learning difficulties.
The school purchased a S2 Digital I/O Analogue Radio Broadcast Mixer (S2-15) in July 2011.
Installed by P Squared
|Whitchurch Middle School||Whitchurch FM is a part of Whitchurch Middle School. Their vision for the school is to create a community where all strive to improve on their previous bestThey believe that the new technology available can make an immense contribution to children's learning, development and achievement.
They purchased a Portable Radio Package in September 2010.
|Winston Churchill School||The Winston Churchill School is a comprehensive, secondary school established in 1967 and holds Specialist Sports College status.
The school purchased an S1 Radio Broadcast Mixer in May 2011.
Installed by Radio Studio Serv
|Woodlands College||Radio Woodlands was launched in July 2010 and is a fully functional professional standard online radio studio, boasting state of the art digital equipment.It has the capabilities to broadcast live on the school’s intranet and more widely on the internet on at: http://www.radiowoodlands.co.uk Its primary function is as a teaching resource for the audio production unit of the BTEC Media Studies Course.
The secondary function is to broadcast entertaining, informative and educational content to students, parents and the community and to support the development of literacy in a vocational context.
Woodlands College purchased an S1 Radio Broadcast Mixer in March 2010.
Installed by Special Media
|Woodrush Community School||Woodrush High School is an Academy for Students Aged 11 - 18. At Woodrush they cater for students aged from 11 all the way through to their GCSE examinations and, for those that are awarded places in the sixth form, in applications to University.
Woodrush purchased a Portable Radio Package and a S2-25 Radio Broadcasting Mixer in April 2010.