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Digital Learning Programme

Student Chromebook - Designing the Future Classroom

In our drive to continually improve outcomes for students, we have been working in partnership with the Birmingham e-Learning Foundation and Albion Computers to offer parents the opportunity to acquire a portable Chromebook for their child(ren) to use in school, as well as for learning at home.

We believe that all students accessing their own devices to support their learning in and out of the classroom will further enhance their progress, allowing personalised access to a wealth of creative content, resources and tools.

We are currently reviewing an offer to parents in preparation for September 2021, with monthly contributions that include insurance and accessories at a considerable saving on the recommended retail price of a Chromebook.

Monthly contributions are collected by the Birmingham e-learning Foundation, a charity that uses gift aid collected via the scheme to cover administration costs with any excess being awarded back to the school to help the sustainability of the scheme. Full and comprehensive information will be provided for parents once we have established the overall appetite to support this.

  • 11.6” ruggedised ASUS Chromebook C204, Intel® Celeron® Dual-Core N3060, 4G / 16G eMMC
  • Management Licence - The school will be managing these devices for students
  • Accidental damage and theft insurance, zero excess - over the term of the donations.

The Chromebook Bundle:

We have the following suggested donations for the bundle below:

Years 7/8/9/10/11 from next September

30 payments of £10.00 collected monthly, 30 x £10.00 = £300.00

Year 10/12 from next September

24 payments of £12.00 collected monthly, 24 x £12.00 = £288.00

Year 11/13 from next September

12 payments of £21.50 collected monthly, 12 x £21.50 = £258.00

Please view the Frequently Asked Questions below

We do hope that you are as enthusiastic about this scheme as we are and ask you to please indicate, if you would be willing to support this programme by clicking here.  All submissions are anonymous.