4G Filtered Broadband

For Remote Learning & Rapid Site Deployment.
Short & Long-Term Contracts

Safe Internet Access at Home
£75 Government Grant Available

The DfE has stipulated that schools will be expected to continue offering immediate access to remote education during the Autumn 2021 term where pupils test positive for Covid and need to isolate.

£75 Grant funding is available for schools to claim to provide mobile dongles or broadband routers for disadvantaged pupils who need to learn remotely.

Existing WiFi dongles can still be used with the Schools Broadband SIM only Filtered 4G solution if dongles are unlocked. Full instructions on how to do this are available from the DfE. This service is designed exclusively for education, providing a safe and filtered learning environment for student home-learning.

The service supports schools’ Prevent Duty compliance and KCSIE duties, is easy to use and has built-in monitoring, reporting and alert functions for Digital Safeguarding Leads.

Rapid Provisioning

Short & Longer Term Flexible Contracts

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    How it Works

    4G and 5G mobile broadband gets its Internet connection by communicating with your local mobile phone mast in exactly the same way your mobile phone does.

    A private Apn allows us to connect the mobile network to our own ISP network in exactly the same way we do for leased lines and general broadband.

    This allows cloud-based transparent filtering. No proxy, no pac files, nothing! It just works!

    Integrates with all major authentication services with full prevent reporting as standard.

    How much data do I need?

    We offer options; pay as you use (per MB) all the way up to Unlimited usage options.

    Trusted by over 2,000 customers

    “From a security perspective, the single most impressive feature of the Schools Broadband hosted firewall service, is the amount of control we have of it on site… we have almost as much control as if we owned the firewall on-site. If we had to ring support every time we wanted a policy change, it would be a non-starter.”

    David Ryder, IT Director

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