LiveWest donates 30 laptops to Queen Elizabeth's School in Crediton

Housing Association’s Gift to Support Digital Access for Community

Housing Association LiveWest has donated thirty laptops to Queen Elizabeth’s School in Crediton.

Rupert Poole, Principal of Queen Elizabeth’s School, said: “QE is very grateful for the generous donation of laptops from LiveWest and it will help our students immensely.

Clearly everyone has been through a challenging year, a year where the importance of developing students’ IT skills and ensuring good internet access has been highlighted. 

This donation will not only ensure greater online access for our community but will assist us in delivering the broad and balanced education we believe in so strongly. We will continue, as a school, to ensure robust digital support for all our students and families.”

LiveWest has donated over 300 laptops to schools across the South West to help close the digital divide created by lockdown.

Lesley Browne, Community Connector for LiveWest, said: “I am delighted LiveWest has been able to support Queen Elizabeth’s School and their communities with these laptops. This donation will make a really positive difference to their students and I always look forward to hearing about the benefits they bring to the children’s education.”

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