Hyperteach is a trading name of Hyperlincs Limited and is a small family run business based in Sleaford, Lincolnshire.Providing professional affordable educational resources to education establishments throughout the UK. Our customers are treated as we wish to be treated ourselves at all times.
Husband and wife team Ian and Louise Freeman founded the company in October 2016. Prior to running Hyperteach, Ian worked as an Expert Computer Science Teacher, focusing on KS4 and KS5. Ian has worked within the IT industry for over 20 years and has provided educational consultancy to both secondary schools and technical colleges. Ian had various roles that encompassed website design and PC support. Ian also headed up a consultancy department for a multi-national company that designs and builds custom supercomputers.
In September 2016 Louise had a life changing accident, breaking her neck, resulting in substantial paralysis. Due to this accident, as a couple we decided to make some significant changes. We set up Hyperlincs and Hyperteach so that we could work together from home, supporting each other and our family.
The Logo (Hyperlincs)
The Hyperlincs logo took its inspiration from Louise's accident, as the company would not have existed had the accident had not occurred.
The circles within the logo represent the different vertebrae of the human spine, with the largest circle representing the brain. The different colours relate the the different sections of the spine. These are from right to left: cervical; thoracic; lumbar. The cervical spine is broken between C6 and C7, this is where Louise's neck is broken. Finally, there is a section missing from C7 (as seen below the "i" in Hyperlincs), this was broken off, during Louise's fall.
The Logo (Hyperteach)
Takes its inspiration from the Hyperlincs logo, but only contains the lumber section of the spine and uses a mouse to represent the brain.