Appy days at school

The Bolton News - 9:25am Thursday 3rd January 2013

THERE is an app for almost everything these days — from finding out what is happening in the neighbourhood to the best places to eat.

And now if you want to find out all there is to know about a primary school — there is an app for that too.

Eagley Infant School in Bromley Cross is thought to have become the first primary in the borough to have launched a smartphone app so parents, staff, pupils and the community can keep up with the latest developments at the school on their phone.

A JUNIOR school has proved it is one step ahead of the rest with the launch of its very own smart phone application

Glamorgan Gazette - Jan 3 2013
Llangewydd Juniors is the first in the Bridgend borough to release its own computer program to be used on phones.

Available on iPhones, Windows and Androids devices, it is hoped that the days of parents and carers having to rummage through children’s school bags for letters will be long gone.

The programme has been designed so parents and carers to easily keep in contact with the school.

They will be able to receive news stories, announcements and other general information such as event and term dates.

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