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Norfolk academy trust praised by global firm for its use of technology in the classroom

PUBLISHED: 07:00 08 February 2018 | UPDATED: 07:00 08 February 2018

Students at Right for Success academy trust schools using theri HP Chromebooks inl essons. Picture: Right for Success

Students at Right for Success academy trust schools using theri HP Chromebooks inl essons. Picture: Right for Success

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A Norfolk academy trust has been highlighted as a leader of using technology in the classroom by a global firm.

Students at Right for Success academy trust schools using theri HP Chromebooks inl essons. Picture: Right for SuccessStudents at Right for Success academy trust schools using theri HP Chromebooks inl essons. Picture: Right for Success

The Right for Success Trust has a partnership with HP, which creates laptops, desktops and printers, and C-Learning, which has seen it provide more than 700 Chromebook laptops to pupils.

The trust said the approach has seen results improve across most of its schools.

And now, HP has showcased the trust’s efforts in a video highlighting how tech can be used positively in schools.

The video was played at the Bett Conference in London last month, which aims to bring together schools and technology.

Keith Bates, head of school at Eaton Hall Specialist Academy, said: “To be showcased in this way is a great credit to our staff, and all our partners. We’re thrilled to be leading the way - for our pupils and their futures.”


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