BeLF Annual Report 2011

Download the 2011 Report Now!
Download the 2011 Report Now!

The Birmingham eLearning Foundation Annual Report 2011 is now available to download.  We hope you enjoy reading it and we welcome your comments and feedback.

We are pleased to announce that 2011 was another successful year for the Birmingham eLearning
Foundation despite all the national and local challenges. Like many organisations, we have had to
look at new ways of working, new partnerships and new opportunities to enable us to continue our
work in providing personal learning devices to pupils across the City of Birmingham and continuing
our battle to close the digital divide.’

 

Belf help Birmingham schools with Home Access Grants

Home Access

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BeLF made contact with 340 schools and visited over 40 schools to help parents with children that are entitiled to FSM apply for a grant to get a free computer and a years free internet access.

The Home Access is a government scheme to help children on free school meals get a grant to purchase a computer and a years internet access. In spite of array of problems that weren’t addressed by the model such as culture , language and child safety we managed to get Birmingham its fair slice of the national funding with Birmingham receiving just over 10,000 grants. Home access is drawing to a close and if you have any queries please contact the home access helpline.

 

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45 secondary schools are now signed up to the BeLF Programme

45 BeLF schools..


The Birmingham eLearning Foundation now has 45 secondary schools involved with the programme. The aim is to make sure that every student in KS3 has a laptop at home for school use. There are over 23,000 devices currently in the homes of students across Birmingham and sustainable plans and projects in a large number of schools to assist new cohorts of students.

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