Burncourt National School , Cahir , Co Tipperary

“This year we moved from a genee powerboard to a Donview 75″ interactive flatscreen. Our senior class teacher really enjoyed using the board during the two week trial and commented on its ease of use, particularly the fact that it didn’t need to be connected to the laptop to operate the software or the apps. Overall we are very happy with this board so far!”

Sarah Walshe , Principal




CBS , Mitchelstown , Co Cork

” The Donview board has made a massive impact on teaching and learning in our school. Students get to interact by just using their finger, up to 10 students at one time can come to the board.

For senior Biology students find been able to see human anatomy in 3D mode a massive advantage into their learning. Apps such as “Human” allows students to explore all the systems in the human body.

From a teachers perspective, the Donview board has made life so easy.. no laptop, no time delay before each class, I simply just have to press a button and all my resources, internet etc are there.”

“I would highly recommend the Donview board. “

Tara Carey (Science and Biology Teacher).




Askea Boys National School , Carlow , Co Carlow 

“My name is Sinead Moore and I’m a teacher in 6th class in Askea Boys School.

I had the touchscreen tv interactive board at the end of last school year. I just wanted to write an email to say how fantastic it was and thank you for the trial. The picture was exceptional and the colours were crystal clear, which is not always the case with projectors and whiteboards. Having no cables and wires was great as I always find there are too many cables which need to be connected. Being able to cast directly onto the screen from my phone was another great feature. The touch screen was easy to use and it was a great advantage being able to have two people touch it at the same time.”

“My class were so engaged in learning the weeks which I had the screen. It was a great resource and I hope this resource will be in all classrooms in the near future.”

Sinead Moore 6th Class Teacher