All Saints HwB – Promethean Grant Case Study 2017

All Saints HwB CE Primary School is located in the picturesque village of Hesketh Bank between Southport and Preston. The area is semi-rural comprising of farms, market gardens and housing. The school is very much part of the local community.

All Saints HwB found out about the Promethean Grant on Twitter after Year 4 Teacher Rory Dixon had taken an interest in the Promethean Advocate programme. Rory was enthusiastic about the innovative and engaging ways the Advocates were using technology to enhance teaching and learning experiences in the classroom.

All Saints HwB were over the moon when they were announced as winners, the children were in complete disbelief when they found out. Everybody was so pleased and excited, they even had a party to celebrate the news. From a teaching and learning perspective the ActivPanel is an asset to the classroom. The connectivity of the panel means it can be used to mirror and interact with all of our class devices.

Read the full case study here which includes Ribble Drive’s three top tips for winning the Promethean Grant!

The 2018 Promethean Grant is now LIVE. We will be giving away 30 ActivPanels for free to the 30 schools we think show the most innovation and creativity, along with their need for new edtech and the overall impact it will have. Apply for the Promethean Grant here.

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