e-Learning Foundation launches home learning fund

The e-Learning Foundation is allocating £1.5m to primary and secondary schools in the UK to help fund home computer access projects for pupils.

The charity, which works to ensure all UK schoolchildren have access to learning technology in their homes, is inviting schools to submit applications for grants to fund home-linked projects.

Priority will be given to projects submitted by schools from disadvantaged areas, but the charity is encouraging all schools to apply.

Projects must be open to all children regardless of their financial situation, sustainable through donations from parents who can afford it and able to guarantee the children are using the equipment at home.

Applications must be received by 24 September.

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