Saving energy the fun way

Web based interactive learning resource designed specifically for teachers to teach pupils how everyday activities affect our environment, based on real-time data from your school!

Saving energy the fun way

Try a fun new experiment

Would you like to play with lots of fun gadgets and help your school save money so they can spend it on the equivalent of five new computers?!

Try a fun new experiment

Teaching your A-B-C’s

Find all your online work plans in one place. Making life that little
bit easier with an already prepared lesson plan.

Teaching your A-B-C’s

Save energy today

Simplicity energy education will leave you smiling, but don’t take our word for it. Read our testimonials to see all of our satisfied schools.

Save your school energy today

Pull the plug on wasted energy

Help your school save money to spend on other important things while educating your classroom how and why you’ve done it

Pull the plug on wasted energy

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Energy Monitoring in Schools

The Simplicity energy monitoring system provides detailed energy usage analyses and is not limited to the use of electricity and gas, but can encompass water, oil, temperature and light (lux)

Automatic alerts can be set up to ensure that when wastage occurs through mistakes, incorrect equipment set-up or just plain laziness, that action can be taken to stop the wastage of energy before it is translated into an unwelcome increase in an energy bill at the end of the quarter!

This detailed, forensic approach is a proven way of making substantial savings on energy bills not just once, but continually month on month.

Simplicity takes care of your energy leaving you free to concentrate on the children’s education.

Our interactive learning experience for children includes the ability for them to see for themselves what happens when they turn lights on or off, or compare the energy consumption of a kettle and a TV. This hands-on approach will provide them with life skills for understanding how to save energy at school and at home, today and tomorrow.