Healthcare provider donates set of 10 laptop computers to primary school
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A school in Clevedon has received 10 laptops from a healthcare service in North Somerset.
North Somerset Community Partnership (NSCP) donated the laptops to St Nicholas's Chantry Church of England Primary School, in Highdale Avenue, as a part of its IT Regeneration Programme.
The programme involves repurposing IT equipment the company no longer requires to benefit the wider community.
NSCP provides community-based healthcare services, free to the people of North Somerset.
Primary school headteacher Peter Treasure-Smith said: "The units which have been kindly donated to us will be a valuable asset to children at the school and will help facilitate learning.
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"The laptops will allow our students to take full advantage of the benefits of the internet and technology.
"We are looking forward to seeing how they enhance our pupils' development."
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