Flint donates laptops to School 21

School 21 laptops

This week several members of the Flint team had the pleasure of visiting School 21, a pioneering school in East London with a mission to prepare students for success in the twenty-first century.  

Flint has been working with the school for the last 18 months on their Real-World Learning Programme, providing work experience for several year 12 students.   

The purpose of this visit was to deliver some unused Flint laptops to the primary school to aid teaching the basics of coding to years 3 and 4. 

It was great for the Flint team to meet some of the students and handover the laptops to Daisy and Raphael who were looking forward to using them.   

The visit ended in a guided tour of the school to see all the amazing learning in action. Flint looks forward to continuing the partnership with school 21 over the next academic year.  

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