Our first role is an Office Assistant. As an Office Assistant, you will be responsible for speaking to our customers to arrange installations of our equipment and carrying out office admin tasks as an assistant to the Operations Manager. As one of the leading digital service providers for schools in the UK, we require our operations team to ensure that our customers are always happy. A positive and polite telephone manner is essential when contacting our customers or answering any queries they may have. The role involves outbound/inbound calls, e-mailing customers in a professional manner and planning engineers’ diaries. Basic IT knowledge is essential as you will be required to carry out some admin tasks such as Excel spreadsheets and updating our client database system. Experience is not essential but we will only consider applicants who are able to display a commitment to their education and training so far to further their chances of a brighter career in the future. You can read the full job description by taking a look at the Anomaly workable post.
Our second role is a Media Telesales/Appointment Maker. The role will involve making appointments with new and existing clients, for one of our representatives to go out and present our services with the aim of generating business. You will be dealing with local councils, CCG’s, charities, national government, pharmaceutical companies, food companies, media agencies, PR agencies to name a few. You will be required to research relevant issues affecting regional areas, and then make new appointments and retain existing clients through good account management. You will also be required to gain new media clients for national media advertising on up to 1500 GP screens and 1200 schools. The ideal candidate should be highly motivated, forward thinking and able to work off their own initiative to find the right potential clients and keep an eye on relevant topics from the news and appropriate websites. You can read the full job description by taking a look at the Anomaly workable post.
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Anomaly has had the pleasure of working with the Hammersmith Academy to constantly improve their existing digital infrastructure and help towards their specialisms in Creative and Digital Media and IT. Like most schools, Hammersmith are continuously pushing out digital topics at their school. In addition to constantly promoting digital topics, Hammersmith take great pride on the ability to display students’ work and accomplishments all around their school. Hammersmith are currently sporting one of our 55″ freestanding external screens. The screen is situated so students, parents and visitors can see students work. Andrew Anderson, Communications Officer at Hammersmith Academy said: “At Hammersmith Academy we are keen to display our students’ work and accomplishments in a manner worthy of our specialism – information technology and creative & digital media. With Anomaly we have been able to realise this, using their Anomaly Content Manager system to have a revolving and easy to update “HATV” channel.” On the topic of updating the screen on-the-go, Andrew said: “Through digital technology our teachers are able to upload photos and videos of day to day activity, as well as news about the various impressive achievements and successes attained by our students every week. I can quickly download photos from our various social media channels and upload these to HATV quickly and easily. This means that students can see their progress celebrated in school in real time. We also have an impressive display at the front of the school building, so that parents and visitors are greeted with an impactful visual of life at HA before they walk through the door. Anomaly are always on hand to help out with any technical issues or problems with a friendly and helpful attitude.” If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your school, or find out more about our vast range of services in the education sector please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 579 0880 or alternatively you can email us on the usual address email@example.com Twitter | FacebookIn this blog post Anomaly focuses on one of its successful schools, Hammersmith Academy. After being with us for over a year, Hammersmith have been kind enough to write a few words regarding the Anomaly service. Having recently renewed until 2018, we reached out to the school to highlight how successfully they have integrated our digital signage system into school life.
Understanding stress can be very beneficial to dealing with stress. Stress is your body’s way of responding to any kind of demand or threat. When you feel threatened, your nervous system responds by releasing a flood of stress hormones, including adrenaline, which rouse the body for emergency action. Your heart pounds faster, muscles tighten, blood pressure rises, breath quickens, and your senses become sharper. These physical changes increase your strength and stamina, speed your reaction time, and enhance your focus. Organise your working environment School and college can be stressful, but there are simple things you can do to manage and reduce your stress. Creating a positive working environment can help a lot. Whether you’re a teacher or a student, having a good working environment can be key to reducing stress levels. Create a regular schedule; know what you will be doing on each day and when you will be doing it. Having a positive working space can help you plan ahead. It can even be simple things like packing your bag the night before and knowing what you’re wearing in the morning can really help to reduce stress. Set aside time in your day to do assignments and other miscellaneous tasks. Once you have things planned, your stress levels will reduce dramatically. It’s also important to clear out any clutter from your revision space, desk or anywhere where you might be planning on doing any work. Just sitting in a cluttered room can create stress. Try to keep a tidy work space. Introduce Anomaly content into your school At Anomaly we have a vast content library for all of our schools to enjoy, ranging from various different topics including stress awareness. Below you’ll find some content that we regularly display on our screens to help pupils and teachers deal with stress and understand stress awareness: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cy7PXlKmSfY If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your school, or find out more about our vast range of services in the education sector please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 579 0880 or alternatively you can email us on the usual address firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter | FacebookIt’s stress awareness week. As we wind down into the summer months, stress levels can be high. As schools have just started a new term, stress can be something very difficult to deal with. As well as exams just around the corner, it’s important to keep on top of stress and the effects it may have. In this blog post, we’re focusing on our top tips for reducing stress in schools. Understanding stress
BBC article, Mr Cameron was quoted: “Parents have a great role to play, but no school should think that simply by having parent governors you’ve solved the problem about how to engage with parents.” So how can schools improve engagement between themselves and parents? Anomaly screens It has been proven that Anomaly screens do in fact improve parental engagement. Having Anomaly screens positioned in key areas such as where parents drop off their children, makes interacting with parents a simple task. Not only do we have a content library full of content that pupils can enjoy, we also have content that is designed for parents. Our schools can time this content to play at the end of the school day, to catch parents picking up their children. As well as this, our screens also have the ability to display key messages for parents/visitors to your schools to enjoy. Update messages from a computer or your tablet or smart phone with ease and let parents know what’s happening around your school. Anomaly Film In addition to Anomaly screens, we also offer various different services. One of which being Anomaly Film. Anomaly Film is a portable green screen studio which allows pupils and teachers to produce high quality films in relation to the current curriculum. Anomaly Film encourages students to make use of green screen technology in the classroom. Combining a film kit with green screen technology, Anomaly Film encapsulates students and works towards improving achievement and attentiveness. Using both Anomaly Film and Anomaly screens together, we make it possible for schools to showcase pupils work to parents – parents are constantly in the loop with what their child is learning in school. If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your school, or find out more about our vast range of services in the education sector please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 579 0880 or alternatively you can email us on the usual address email@example.com Twitter | FacebookIncreasing parental engagement in schools can be a difficult task; with Anomaly services you can improve parental engagement whilst displaying key messages. Following the recent news to turns all schools in the UK into academies, there has been certain doubts regarding the communication between schools and parents – with Anomaly services this will never be a problem. There has been a mixed reaction from teachers and parents all over the UK after David Cameron announced plans for all schools to become academies by 2020. In recent weeks the plans have come under a bit of fire. One main concern from teachers and parents is that the plans will potentially reduce parental engagement in schools, claims which David Cameron has passionately denied. Following a recent
Anomaly recently had the pleasure of working with South End to improve their existing digital infrastructure. Like most schools, South End is constantly promoting e-safety at their school – this is when they approached us to see how we could help. After spending the day with our trainer, Tim, South End produced a professional video to promote the subject. The video was scripted, acted and created by the pupils of South End and after tackling this difficult subject in such a creative way, the pupils now have a firm understanding of E-safety. Georgie Lewis, Computer Expert at South End Junior School said: “Tim came for the day and spent it with ten children, who are the digital ambassadors. They independently drafted out a script in their own time together and were ready to start filming on the day with Tim.” On the topic of E-safety, Georgie said: “The message the children were given as a brief for them to then have free reign on what ‘E-Safety’ was and how we could promote it further in our school. Tim was very welcoming and warm towards the children and they were very at ease around him. He explained all the equipment and the timetable of the day to them clearly. We loved our day with him and wouldn’t hesitate to ask for him when we have our next filming day with Anomaly.” Below you will be able to find the video that South End Junior School created. We think it’s brilliant and promotes e-safety in a very positive light. Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQ13CrnEZIk If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your school, or find out more about our vast range of services in the education sector please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 579 0880 or alternatively you can email us on the usual address firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter | FacebookIn this blog post Anomaly focuses on one of its successful schools, South End Junior School. After recently embracing digital technology at their school, we asked South End Junior School to say a few words regarding the experience with Anomaly. Read their testimonial which highlights their experiences whilst using the Anomaly services.