The Vodafone schools.connected programme is now open to primary and secondary school children across the UK. The emergency package helps pupils who find it difficult to access education from home because they don’t have the right connectivity. Reports suggest children in England are at least three months behind in their studies due to COVID-19 restrictions, with disadvantaged pupils amongst the worst hit.
The schools.connected programme will help students to access school work from home, catch up on lost learning during school holidays and continue with their education if they are required to isolate. The support is availble through the form of data SIMs and is available to primary and secondary school children in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
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