Cookham pupils from Holy Trinity School gathered at Creative Computer Club on Friday lunchtime to learn about the new tablets to be sent to its partner school in Ethiopia.
The 10 tablets which were donated to Holy Trinity will now be sent to the Gende Tesfa School to help students learn vital computing skills.
Holy Trinity has been fundraising for Partner for Change Ethiopia for the last year, and students have also been pen pals.
Pete Jones, the director of PFC Ethiopia said: “The donated tablets will provide fantastic opportunities for the children to have fun exploring a computer for the first time and to learn basic programs such as Word, Powerpoint and Excel.
“Today computers are important for every child’s future and these tablets will give Ethiopian children a great opportunity to learn.
“Holy Trinity have been absolutely amazing in their fundraising for the school.”
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