Club helps to inspire learning
Year three youngsters at their iPad graduation.

Proud youngsters at Howard Junior School were all smiles during two special presentations.

Year three pupils at the Gaywood school each received their own iPad in a special graduation ceremony.

The children will use the tablets in lessons for their entire time at Howard Junior and took a pledge promising to use their iPad to support and improve their learning.

“They were very excited to receive them and got to wear a special graduation hat,” said year three teacher Georgie Peate. 

“They were also joined by our reading rabbits who helped to present the iPads.”

The Rotary Club of King’s Lynn also presented pupils with illustrated dictionaries as part of the Dictionaries 4 Life programme.

Assistant headteacher Sophie Hoskins said: “As with previous years, the dictionaries will help with their reading and can also improve literacy levels as well as general knowledge. 

“They are a further learning aid to work alongside each child’s iPad to inspire a lifelong love of learning and provide pupils with the ability to become more independent and equipped with the necessary tools to achieve their full potential.

“Our pupils are extremely grateful for the dictionaries they have received and would like to thank the Rotary Club for this amazing gift during these unprecedented times.” 

Club helps to inspire learning
Club helps to inspire learning
Club helps to inspire learning
Club helps to inspire learning
Club helps to inspire learning
Club helps to inspire learning
Club helps to inspire learning
Club helps to inspire learning

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