Monday was Safer Internet Day and as part of a news item for that night’s BBC Look East, the programme’s chief reporter, Kim Riley, visited Howard Junior School in Gaywood with a camera crew.
He saw a safer internet lesson being delivered by Jason Harper in the Inspire Suite – Norfolk’s first digital classroom. Then he went to see a Year 6 lesson being taught on the iPads on the theme of internet safety.
He also interviewed several pupils. Headteacher Greg Hill spoke to Kim about the success of Howard due to digital learning.
Mr Riley is pictured, back third from left, alongside Mr Hill.
Published in the Lynn News, 12/2/15.