School receives thousands of pounds of equipment from tech scheme
4/2/19, 4:02 PM


Bishop Luffa School in Chichester is the latest school to receive tech equipment and furniture from the Business2School scheme



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



Published Date: 4/2/19, 4:02 PM

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