Thanks to a generous Christmas donation from Total Project Integration to our Computers for Kids appeal, we have been able to fund 30 new laptops and data packages for Bell Farm Primary School.
Through our recently launched appeal, we want to help local families who don’t have the IT equipment to support their children to access home learning during the new national lockdown.
Total Project Integration decided to donate the cost of their company Christmas drinks to help provide a level playing field for all children to access online learning, Zoom lessons and electronic homework.
Jane Hewitt, Managing Director of Total Project Integration, said, “We are absolutely delighted to be able to support local children and their teachers in their efforts to continue with their education through these unbelievably challenging times.”
The pool of laptops for Bell Farm School will not only equip students during the current national lockdown, but will help children long term as the ‘new normal’ will involve more and more online learning.
The school’s headteacher, Liz McAdoo, said “Bell Farm Primary School are so pleased to have been awarded this generous donation. It will have a huge impact on the pupils in our school. We are very grateful to have had the support of Walton Charity in order to help families who are most in need at this difficult time.”