One of the main things we pride ourselves on at Anomaly is our ability to offer first class customer support. We deal with schools all over the UK on a daily basis, listening to your questions and giving you the information you need to embrace our digital noticeboards. We regularly check up with our schools to ensure that they are making use out of their Anomaly equipment. We understand that it can be a struggle to come up with ideas but we aim to tackle this by keeping schools up to date with the latest trends. We also offer continuous posts on our blog covering tips and tricks to make the most out of your Anomaly equipment. Additionally, we plan to launch our Anomaly YouTube channel in the future which will have tutorials, tips and tricks for not only schools but for anyone to enjoy.
At Anomaly, we’re proud to showcase our creative team who work tirelessly to keep up to date with recent changes, trends in education and produce professional content. Our expert graphic designers spend all their time ensuring that the right content is created and displayed on our screens. In addition to this, we publish ALL content prior to the content being displayed on our screens, this is usually shown on our blog at the start of each month. We also understand that some content may not be enough for some schools so when schools ask us to make some content, we will do this at no extra charge.
The third and final thing you need to know about Anomaly is that we’re always here for you. Regardless of your issue, we’re always here to offer a helping hand. Why not give us a call on 0844 579 0880 if you’re ever struggling for motivation with your equipment?
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In addition to our top tips, we also have videos which aid teachers and parents in helping young people deal with bullying. Sometimes young people don’t realise when they are bullying someone or being bullied. This could then lead to a lack of understanding of what is wrong with certain situations. Encouraging engagement between children and parents should be a top priority. If children say that they are experiencing persistent name calling or teasing, which is making them upset, this is a form of bullying.
It’s important to express to children what bullying is and how this can happen. It is important to encourage young people to speak up when they are feeling down as there may be a cause to the problem that they are facing. Below you will find a video that was produced by Anomaly in relation to bullying and how you can prevent it from happening in your school. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueUAqk8r-yo
Anomaly takes bullying very seriously and this is why we have custom content which aims to help young people in schools. Why not take a look at the Anomaly Content Manager and all the content we have on display? In addition to these videos we are committed to customer service and if you are struggling with finding any content we can produce content specifically for your issue.
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With the majority of exams over, exam stress may not be an issue at your school. With that said there are still a couple of months remaining before most students receive their exam results. We have content which highlights the difficulties in facing exam stress. The content aims to reduce stress levels and remind students that it is fine to be stressed as well as suggesting ways to ease and combat exam stress. In addition to the content we have regarding exam stress, we also have 5 steps to help maintain good mental well-being, so pupils can return to school in September feeling refreshed and positive for the new school year. Sports day With just over 2 weeks to go until the end of term, a lot of schools will be preparing for their annual sport day. Despite the weather, spirits should still be high by utilising the energy of staff and pupils to demonstrate a keen interest in sports. Later this week we will have a blog post dedicated to Wimbledon, before then though you can enjoy content on our screens relevant to sports day. In addition to sports day, the Olympics are due to start in August. Unfortunately we do not play any content throughout August, however our content relevant to the upcoming event is still available for our schools to enjoy in these next couple of months. The content explores what the Olympics are in addition to exploring the history of ancient Greece and the origins of the Games. If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your workplace or school, or find out more about our vast range of services in the education and construction 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 | FacebookWhat’s on this July? Find out in this monthly feature which focuses on all the things you can expect this month on the Anomaly Content Manager. The Anomaly content manager is a tailored platform designed for schools to get the most out of their Anomaly screens. In this blog post find what will be displayed on our screens throughout July, as we power through some of the most important months of schools, especially for secondary schools throughout the UK. In addition to the content we have for secondary schools, we also have tailored content for primary schools all over the UK. Each month the content for the upcoming month is outlined in the Anomaly blog. Here’s a full list of content that is scheduled for the July month: Basic facts about Judaism, How did the Olympics begin?, learning basic French, how to effectively take notes, Landmark: Angel of the North, 5 steps to take for healthy mental wellbeing, dealing with exam stress, dental care, facts about coriander and iron, how to make your own healthy pizza, food waste, drinking water, football benefits, warm up routine to do before any exercise, how to do squats, the career of a pharmacist and personal trainer, bullying advice and advice for teenagers having difficulty living at home. Exam stress