School benefits from bespoke broadband by Impelling

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We recently installed a state-of-the-art content-filtering broadband package at a Rotherham school. 

Aston Fence Junior and Infant School has piloted the new connection which includes our own purpose built filtering system to ensure pupils are protected when accessing the internet.

The broadband is delivered via a wireless network that sister company to Impelling, Bliss Internet, runs in Treeton. 


Darren Clegg, Headteacher at Aston Fence School, said: “The broadband package from Impelling has made a big difference to the way we operate.

“We now have much more control over the filtering system and can be certain that the children are safeguarded when they access the internet.

“We’re also really pleased with the customer service we receive from Impelling – they’re always quick to help us resolve any issues we may have.”


Jamie Wilson, IT Manager at Impelling, said: “Designing and building this bespoke broadband package for Aston Fence school has been a really rewarding project.

“With our talented design and coding team, we have implemented an internet connection that is fast, highly configurable and simple to use for the teachers and staff.

“In a world where almost everything is digital, we recognise that easy access to the internet is important for everyone and we’re happy to see our broadband package working so well at Aston Fence school.

“We’ve rolled this internet connection out to a handful of schools so far and we’re looking forward to working with other schools to implement this package.”


To find out more about the work we do for schools, visit our Impelling Education page. 

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Chris Foulstone, Managing Director

Founder of Impelling, Chris has evolved the company from a small one man operation into a thriving digital agency. His pragmatic and friendly approach allows him to communicate a wealth of knowledge and deliver solutions to problems of all shapes and sizes.

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