ek robotics has continued its support of the local Royal Latin School by donating 10 Chromebook laptops to support students with their learning and education.
Based in Buckingham, UK just a stone’s throw from the Royal Latin School, ek robotics previously made a significant donation to the school to get the ek robotics Sports Campus project over the line.
ek robotics has also made funds available to set up a robotics club at the school to further enhance learning developments in this area.
Mike Burke, Operations Director at ek robotics, said: “Our business is heavily focused on innovative uses of technology – bringing technological solutions to production and warehouse logistics around the world, so this donation seems very fitting to our core values and assists us with our objective to support and nurture the future workforce.”
David Hudson, Headteacher of the Royal Latin School, discussed the impact of the Chromebooks in classrooms: “The introduction of Chromebooks throughout the school has been of great benefit to student-teacher communication in terms of learning, especially during lockdown, as well as embedding innovative ways of teaching and learning in the classroom.
“Nearly all year groups now have access to a device in school and this generous donation will help us ensure we can loan out devices at short notice to provide support for students in need.”
ek robotics is a family-owned and -run business that specialises in Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs).
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