iPads will make our learning even more interactive
A NEW Waltham School has received four new iPads as part of an IT department revamp sponsored by local businesses.
The iPads will help groups of Enfield Primary School pupils to work together and use the same applications.
Teaching assistant and governor Louise Sargent said: "Due to cutbacks in funding generally, it has been difficult to upgrade our IT facilities so these new iPads are a welcome addition to our learning aids."
IT co-ordinator Joanne Lowe added: "They will be used by all pupils in the school for both individual and group projects.
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"They will make learning more interactive for our special needs children and will extend learning opportunities for our more able children."
The iPads were donated by BJB Lift Trucks and Quayside Transport as part of the school's many fundraising events. Upcoming events include a Christmas fair and carol service on Wednesday, December 5. For more infor,mation, contact Louise on 01472 321434.