Set up in 2008 with just one school client on its books, the business is now embedding technology into the curriculum of scores of education providers locally, nationally and internationally with its exciting and engaging experiences in the world of science, computing, engineering and creative media. Whether sending 360 degree cameras into space to gain footage and data of the Earth’s atmosphere or using a humanoid robot to introduce and develop skills in programming, the hi-impact team gives opportunities to schools and its pupils – many in areas of social deprivation .
hi-impact has been built from nothing by a team of people who made many financial sacrifices to create something that they passionately believed would be a success and benefit the education of literally thousands of children. From its inception, hi-impact has experienced rapid growth with over 50 per cent of Wirral schools now using its services. Pupils from more than 150 schools throughout the UK and abroad – primary, secondary and in the independent sector – are today being introduced to its groundbreaking delivery of technology and models of the hi-impact operation and consultancy services are being exported outside the UK.