- Award-winning internet services for education
- Web Filtering from Lightspeed Systems
- Comprehensive Network Security from Fortinet
- 1,000 schools served by us nationwide
- Experts in e-Safety
What We Do
As the UK’s fastest growing ISP for education, our company provides complete internet connectivity packages to hundreds of schools nationwide, including Primary, Secondary, SEN Schools, Colleges and Universities. Experts in the field of e-safety for education, our specially-designed network is dedicated to serve schools and nobody else...
As one of only a handful of Fortinet Managed Security Service Providers in the UK, we ensure your school’s network is protected. Fortinet’s security suite software combines firewall, intrusion prevention, antivirus, antimalware and antispam into a single system that updates every hour to protect your network against the latest threats...
E-Safety and Filtering
Schools Broadband understands that you need to keep your students safe without the technology getting in the way of effective learning. Ofsted states that a school’s internet service should be provided by a recognised internet service provider or regional broadband consortium together with age/maturity-related filtering that is monitored...
Schools Broadband has partnerships with all the leading wholesale providers, so we can offer schools the best possible connection speed and quality at the best possible price. Not sure about what type of connection you need? Learn more about all the different technologies in BT's useful video below: [su_youtube url="https://www...
Our UK based service delivery and technical support teams aim to make our service as easy and as stress-free as it possibly can be. From the moment you speak to us, you’ll be allocated a locally-based personal account manager who’s familiar with your local authority...
Over 40% of schools receiving their broadband from their local authority found our prices cheaper. Primary Schools All of packages include Fortinet Security and Lightspeed Systems web filtering, as well as a number of additional features, which you'll find detailed in the table below...
Changes to Talk Straight Access charge when calling NGN numbers
On 1 July Ofcom made some regulatory changes that meant we changed the way our customers are charged for calls to Non-Geographic Numbers (NGNs). The changes are designed to make the cost of calls clearer. Calls made to 084/087/09/118 numbers across the UK will change from their current ...
Schools Broadband train with the Rhinos
As a corporate sponsor of the Leeds Rhinos, Talk Straight's own David and Hayley spent the day at the Headingley Stadium to learn about what a typical day's training is like for the Rhinos. Leeds Rhinos hold the event once a year to provide fans old and young with the chance to meet the team and ...