About TSL

In 2019, TSL became a part of the WF EDUCATION GROUP to offer you a more complete, more relevant offer - focused on innovative and intelligent solutions and spaces.

SAME team, SAME passion!

We have not changed, only our offer has evolved. You will always find our team available to take good care of your enquiries and orders and our in-house design team will support you to deliver your projects, regardless of the space, regardless the size.

Since our beginnings back in 1986, we have endeavoured to be the premier supplier of design technology and machinery products and services to schools in the UK and Internationally.

Over the past 30 years for supplying quality and affordable products to schools and colleges across the UK and abroad, backed up by outstanding customer service and technical/after-sales support. Our team are all dedicated to supporting teachers and technicians by providing the products and solutions they require to improve academic outcomes.

We are committed to supporting teachers and technicians to inspire children to develop practical skills and decision making that will prepare them for the workplace.

Our success means that we are now a leading supplier to schools and colleges of a much wider range of equipment including tools, materials and resources covering major curriculum areas of Design & Technology, CAD/CAM and Engineering, Textiles, and Food Technology.

A specialist projects division of the company was created in 2002, providing the latest and best workshop machinery and equipment for schools. In more recent years, this has expanded to meet the requirements of build and refurbishment projects under the UK Government’s ‘Building Schools for the Future’ initiative. Through our team of dedicated Project Managers, we have successfully installed hundreds of educational workshops and technology rooms throughout the UK and internationally.

TSL is committed to leading the industry in minimising the impact of its activities on the environment.

We commit to:

·       Source and promote product ranges to minimise the environmental impact of both production and distribution.

·       Minimise toxic emissions through the selection and use of its fleet and the source of its power requirement.

·       Maintain compliance with Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations 2006.

·       Maintain compliance with The Producer Responsibility (Packaging Waste) Regulations 2007.

·       Active commitment to reduce the amount of landfill waste produced and driving a strategy to recycle waste produce.

·       Using biodegradable or recyclable packing materials and only using FSC certified sources of cardboard.