Business2Schools, a scheme aiming to connect big business with schools so pupils can benefit from cutting-edge tech, has today been launched at Bishop Luffa School.
The school in Chichester has received equipment and furniture that is surplus to business needs, but far beyond a school budget.
The scheme currently works with schools in Chichester, Bognor Regis, Kent and Watford, and plans to expand the programme across the UK.
Lindsey Parslow, founder of Business2Schools, said: “The programme aims to help businesses and schools collaborate in a sustainable way that has the added benefit of improving the level of infrastructure in schools.”
For more information on the Business2School scheme, and how you can get involved, visit https://www.business2schools.com/