Welcome to the first issue of our education round up. Each quarter, you’ll find the latest edtech stories to inform and inspire you as well as updates on what Fujitsu has been doing in Education recently.


Fujitsu Education Round Up

Welcome to the third issue of our education round up. It’s the end of another quarter, another term – and another year. We’re sure you have plenty to look back on and a lot to look forward to. It’s been a brilliant quarter in the edtech world, and in this issue, you’ll be able to:




See why we’re launching Operation Innovation competition for a 2nd time >




Learn more about our reliability promise >




Discover how Fife College is using their Innovation Hub >

We hope you’ll get a real sense of what we can achieve in education when we work together.

We’re thrilled to be opening Innovation Hubs at more Ambassador establishments around the UK. Together with our partners, we look forward to seeing how these hubs and their technology will help students, teachers and communities. Discover more below:


South Devon College's new Innovation Hub >


The Billericay School Innovation
Hub has launched >


Operation Innovation

Following on from the success of Operation Innovation last year, we have launched the competition for a 2nd year. 15 schools and colleges came to the Fujitsu head office in London on the 22nd of June for the launch competition. Have a look at the tweets & comments from the day at #OperationInnovation >


Fujitsu World Tour

Many of our Ambassadors attended Fujitsu World Tour earlier on this month. This was an excellent opportunity to see Fujitsu working in other sectors as well as education. Staff & students from LDE UTC joined us in our Digital Learning Lab, showcasing their work in VR & Robotics powered by Fujitsu workstations & notebooks. Our breakout session covered ‘Collaboration with Education: Building the Workforce of the Future’. The expert panel discussing this was made up of Peter Wylie - Baker Dearing Trust, Geoffrey Fowler – Principal of LDE UTC, Thomas Stanley – former pupil at Reading UTC & Fujitsu apprentice and Ed Bencito – student at LDE UTC. Catch up on the talks and breakout sessions here >


Reliability Promise for Education

Last issue, we launched our SSSNA Reliability Promise.  We’re pleased to announce that this has been extended to cover our Workstation range, as well as servers &  SANs. If something goes wrong within a year of purchase, we’ll repair it and refund you.  You can read more about it here >


Fujitsu has conducted research entitled “The Road to Digital Learning” looking at the challenges & priorities facing education. Email us for a copy >


Fife College tell us about some of the outcomes of students using their Education Ambassador Innovation Hub >


Until next quarter
Well that’s it for this quarter – and this academic year. We’d like to wish you all the best for the summer and we look forward to working with you next academic year. We hope you’ve enjoyed reading these stories, and we can’t wait to bring you the first round up of the new academic year. If you want to learn more about how we’re creating opportunities for everyone in education, please visit our Ambassador Hub >

Thanks to our Education Ambassadors for helping us make a difference in education.


Ash Merchant
Director of Education,
Fujitsu UK&I