- 21st October 2014
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Blog, News Item, Uncategorised
We have recently had the pleasure of installing a state of the art anti reflective / anti glare 1080p HD Interactive screen into a primary school in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, which was kindly donated by BenQ.
Pembury Primary School was drawn as the lucky winner of a competition we ran at the Kent IT14 Show. Other winners on the day included:
- Jasmine Reilly – Oakfield Community Primary School – NEC Ultra Wide Monitor
- Matt Gage- WestMinster Primary School – A Free CDEC Installation
Pembury opted to have the screen fixed to a portable stand, so it can be used all around the school for the benefit of all of the pupils, as opposed to being mounted in one fixed location.
ICT Coordinator, Gemma Howard, said: “We are delighted to have won this outstanding prize and it will make a real difference to our learning opportunities within the classrooms. All of our pupils and teachers love it – thank you CDEC for picking us as winners!”
Many thanks to our sponsors NEC and BenQ
Photo Caption: Gemma Howard, is presented with the prize by CDEC’s Conor Ferris.