Village primary school receives second donation of laptops to help pupils get online
The NSL Project has once again made a generous donation to a village primary school to help pupils get online.
Following a donation made earlier in the year, the North Sea Link Interconnector project has gifted 20 more reconditioned laptops to Cambois Primary School, bringing the total to date to 30.
The hardware has been donated through a scheme operated by National Grid’s IS Department where profits from the company’s IT recycling process are used to fund computers for good causes.
Having witnessed first-hand the difference that the first laptop donation made to the children, the project team from North Sea Link agreed that when more laptops became available, they would do what they could to supplement the school further. “We have been proud to support Cambois Primary School with a number of projects since construction works started back in 2016 and it is a joy for us to see the difference that we have been able to make to the staff and pupils said Sallyanne Barson, engagement and communications manager at North Sea Link.
“We hope that our latest donation of IT equipment will help more children to get online to assist their learning across the national curriculum.”
Marianne Allan, head teacher at Cambois Primary School, said: “Once again, we have been blown away by the generosity of the North Sea Link project team. “The laptops that were donated at the start of the year have been a fantastic supplement to our in-house IT suite to enable the children to continue their online learning remotely, so it’s great that we are now able to expand these services across the school so more children can benefit from it.
“On behalf of the staff and pupils at Cambois Primary School, I would again like to thank North Sea Link for their ongoing support and unwavering kindness.”