Primary school ‘delighted’ with £13,000 computer investment
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A school saved £13,000 of its own money to expand its computer room after experiencing difficulties teaching pupils due to lack of space.
Stoke by Nayland C of E Primary School was unable to teach an entire class of pupils due to limited resources but now is able to accommodate all its students.
The school has made extensive improvements in other areas including a ‘Hideout Hub’ - a nurture space used for intervention programmes and a spiritual garden outside.
The school has also secured a grant from the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to improve the outdoor area as well as to support their nature-based learning Forest School.
Deputy headteacher Kelly McGrath-Wells said: “We are delighted with our new ICT suite and hope that it will support the development of our pupils ICT skills so that they are ready to take on the challenges that the world brings.”