Dino Di Salvo, Acting Principal, said: “The installation has been a real hit with both the teachers and children!
“It also gives us an extra space where presentations and events from external partners can be hosted."
Already the school has hosted presentations from the WE Movement, a charity that empowers change with resources that create sustainable impact. Kettering Buccleuch Academy is running the WE at School programme that helps children recognise that everyone can make a positive impact – whether that’s volunteering, fundraising or raising awareness for causes that matter.
Adam Burn, ICT Systems Manager at Kettering Buccleuch Academy, said: “The new projector has really transformed lessons. Children love the fact they can come up and get involved. The new learning space has encouraged more teachers to come in and use the shared area and now it’s being used more effectively.”
He added: “This is a relatively large space with a lot of natural light. Despite this, the projector delivers a good strong image with vibrant colour. I am also impressed with the speed of power up compared to our whiteboard projectors. This is especially useful when we are given short notice of its use, as some staff are prone to do.”