Wednesday July 17 2019

Local business donates 100 tablets to South Bank school

St Peters Catholic College receives donation on behalf of Pickerings Lifts

Local business donates 100 tablets to South Bank school

Pickerings Lifts, a lift maintenance and installation company based in Stockton-on-Tees, has donated 100 tablets to St Peter’s Catholic College in South Bank, Middlesbrough.

The refurbished tablets, as well as heavy-duty tablet cases, were donated to St Peter’s Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) department to help support students with additional needs.

Nigel Rose, Network Manager at Pickerings Lifts said: “We wanted to donate our tablets to an organisation that would make good use of them. When we spoke to the team at St Peter’s, they said they would be delighted to accept them, and we hope they help the students with their work for years to come.”

"We are happy to receive this kind donation. Many students do not have tablets at home, and we will install a variety of educational apps onto the tablets to help students with their studies."
Karen Pritchard, Assistant Vice Principal

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