Laptops4HomeLearning - Part 1

Head Girl, Eleri, and Head Boy, Rhys, receive two Chromebooks at The John Frost School
Thumbs Up from Year 13 students! Iwan Hooper receives a laptop from Newport Uskmouth Rotary President, Keith Mint


                         Laptops 4 Home Learning Project 

The first laptops have been presented to senior pupils, who represent the student body. The laptops will later be allocated to pupils by senior managers. 

The John Frost School

 Head Girl, Eleri, and Head Boy, Rhys, receive two Chromebooks at The John Frost School

Llanwern High School

Thumbs Up from Year 13 students! Iwan Hooper receives a laptop from Newport Uskmouth Rotary President, Keith Minton. Deputy headteacher, Sian Smith, said “The provision of these laptops will be of great use to the students who need them most.”

 

 Llysweri High School

Lana Dowler, Scott Jones and Dayle Davies hold the laptops, watched by headteacher, Neil Davies. Allison Harries, assistant headteacher, thanked the Rotary Club for all they are doing to help learners.

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Newport Men’s Sheds

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The Health Board has launched a new campaign to encourage people to ‘Think 111 First’ if you have an urgent healthcare issue and are unsure what to do.

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Newport Men’s Sheds

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Newport Uskmouth - Courtesy John Ducker

Newport Uskmouth - Courtesy John Ducker

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Maes Ebbw is a school in Maesglas Newport especially for those children who through mental emotional and/ or physical disability are unable to attend mainstream schools. The children’s and the school’s needs were visible.

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Progress update on the laptops project.

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Young Carer Festival - Photo credit: Max Alexander

Every year, in partnership with YMCA Fairthorne Manor, we hold a festival as part of the process of recognising, informing and consulting with young carers in order to better meet the needs of them and their families.

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Reslut of two hours collecting litter.

Working with Pride in Pill (PiP)

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Unwanted laptops are wanted for upcycling to enable homelearning.

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Newport Uskmouth Rotary’s Laptops 4 Home Learning Project aims to upgrade used computers to benefit students at home. The first tranche of refurbished laptops has already been issued to Newport Secondary Schools but the project is at an early stage.

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