GoServe has donated an interactive table to the James Brindley School and Birmingham Children’s Hospital to support the teaching of KS1 pupils within the hospital. The GoInteractive table comes with built-in apps and a choice of settings, from upright to tabletop.
Tracey Deathridge, Head of Hospital Sector at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, said: “We have been working closely with GoServe who have designed the table so that it can be used in the Primary hospital classroom or individually with pupils being taught on the wards.”
The table was presented to the school by GoServe managing director Christian Sample and technical director Matt Dawson whose daughter has been an outpatient at BCH for the last two years.
He said: “Birmingham Children’s Hospital is the first of many organisations we aim to donate to in the future through our GoGive campaign.”.
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