|Alison Grennan, Headteacher of St Luke’s Primary School said “I’m really grateful to UNITED SIKHS and Wolves Tech Aid for these laptops. Technology has become a big part of learning and not all our children have the equipment they need. We want to make sure no child loses out because they don’t have the right kit at home and these laptops will go a long way to making sure that is the case.”
Wolves Tech Aid, a partnership involving Wolverhampton City Council, Wolves FC Foundation and the Black Country Chamber of Commerce was founded earlier this year. Its aim is to ask local businesses and individuals to donate new or used laptops which will then be recycled for educational use.
You can also help children access home learning and allow them to catch up on the education they have missed. By giving these children opportunities, we are creating better futures for the society that we live in. Let’s tackle digital poverty, one laptop at a time!