The UK Government commits to rolling out high-speed broadband across the UK, with providers initially looking to begin improvements for primary schools in ‘hard-to-reach zones’.
Around £200 million is being invested in rural areas to bring them up to date with city speeds. This is obviously very good news for schools that need faster broadband to deliver modern video and multimedia educational material from the internet zone to their pupils.
This is good news for schools in general, including those wishing to deliver the Jigsaw Families Programme, where ‘good’ internet connections are needed.
This investment will support schools with more appropriate infrastructure where they had previously held back in many aspects, due to poor connectivity.
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