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The Sir Bernard Lovell School recently used their devolved capital formula (DFC), combined with a bank loan, to invest Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â£250,000 in ICT hardware.
This investment coincides with an upgrade in software for e-learning. The school believes that education continues after the lesson and their strategy to invest in ICT is focused on supporting teaching and learning.
Teachers, students and pupils will be given access to an e-learning network that is supported by the new hardware investment.
The project is managed, independently of the LEA by business administration manager Liz Griffiths in collaboration with Andrew McCauley, the ICT systems manager.
Part of the series: Managing Capital Projects