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Presenting new equipment to local primary schools

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Local MP Meg Munn was delighted to present pupils from Abbey Lane, Woodseats and Mundella primary schools with new equipment as part of the Tesco for schools & clubs initiative. The presentation took place at their Woodseats store and was the result of children and their families collecting thousands of vouchers to be exchanged for the free equipment.

Meg met the pupils before the presentation and they asked her questions about her role as local MP and her work in Parliament. In 2011, 37 local schools and clubs in Sheffield Heeley constituency ordered equipment worth 6,141 through the Tesco scheme.

The presentation was part of the 21st Anniversary of the Tesco for Schools & Clubs scheme, which was first launched as Computers for Schools in 1992. Since then the company has provided over 45,000 schools and clubs with more than 185 million of equipment for education, learning and play.  

Meg said:

“It was great to get the chance to present new equipment to some of our local primary schools, as part of this long-standing initiative by Tesco. I am delighted that lots of local schools and clubs have benefited from the scheme over the last 21 years.

All of the pupils attending the presentation were a real credit to their schools. I hope they and their fellow classmates will enjoy the benefit of this new equipment.”

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Meg with pupils from Woodseats and Mundella primary schools

Meg with pupils from Woodseats and Mundella primary schools

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