9% of all children don’t have access to a laptop, desktop or tablet to learn from home. 880,000 children live in homes without wifi (Ofcom, 2020).
Those who have access to a computer have a significant advantage over those who don't. The closure of schools has exacerbated pre-existing inequalities, widening the attainment gap for disadvantaged young people.
The inequality of access to online learning has become painfully apparent during the pandemic, and it cannot go on. Education is a fundamental right of all children, and when the only access to it is digitally we have to ensure that no child is left out.
To enable continued education, mental health and well-being for disadvantaged BAME children who have missed out on education in the pandemic
Raising much-needed funds to purchase laptops & tablets for the most vulnerable children in our communities to access remote learning.
Help us to provide laptops and internet access to the Portsmouth children who need them most
Help Lewisham pupils get the devices and Wi-Fi they need to learn online at home during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic
Donate now to help Dulwich Hamlet Junior School meet additional Covid related costs
We would like to provide all children with equal access to technology through the use of laptops, iPads or chrome books for each pupil.
Help us get laptops to local children by donating today. Over 2500 Southwark pupils are still without access to a computer.
We want to help young people across Cornwall by raising funds to purchase laptops and data
In Camden, when schools closed in the first lockdown, more than 3,000 pupils were without access to a computer at home.
Camden Council set up a crowdfunding campaign to help end the digital divide, raising funds to buy devices for disadvantaged children in their Borough. They raised over £60,000.
Thanks to your amazing generosity, we’re currently in the process of distributing the first 96 computers to schools and have ordered a further 154
A mum said it was pay the wi-fi or feed the children this month…