New computer kit

PUBLISHED: 13:05 07 December 2006 | UPDATED: 13:39 04 May 2010

Mr Paice is pictured with Tesco store manager Michael Greener with some of the children to benefit from the Computers for Schools campaign.
Photo: HELEN DRAKE

Mr Paice is pictured with Tesco store manager Michael Greener with some of the children to benefit from the Computers for Schools campaign. Photo: HELEN DRAKE

Jim Paice MP presented five schools with new computer equipment last week at Tesco Ely. The equipment was paid for by the store s Computers for Schools initiative. The Wetheralls School in Soham, Ely St John s School, Robert Arkenstall Primary School in

Jim Paice MP presented five schools with new computer equipment last week at Tesco Ely.

The equipment was paid for by the store's Computers for Schools initiative.

The Wetheralls School in Soham, Ely St John's School, Robert Arkenstall Primary School in Haddenham, Little Thetford Primary School and St Mary's Junior School in Ely all benefited from new personal computers, a laptop and a digital microscope.

Mr Paice said: "All those people who collected vouchers from Tesco stores and donated them to local schools will be delighted that their efforts have resulted in some great new computer equipment for pupils."

Mr Paice is pictured with Tesco store manager Michael Greener with some of the children to benefit from the Computers for Schools campaign. Photo: HELEN DRAKE

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