BSCA receive 20 free laptops from the Laptops4Schools project

We made it in the Bolton News!

Bolton St Catherine's Academy Primary students are able to get up to speed on learning thanks to donated laptops from our local Rotary clubs.

The devices came from the Laptops4Schools project run jointly by Bolton Lever, Bolton Daybreak, Turton and Eccles Rotary clubs. Along with companies SCAN Computers at Middlebrook and We Love Laptops in Horwich, they have successfully appealed for computers to be donated by members of the public before they are fully refurbished and supplied to schools free of charge.

Mrs Lucas said she is “absolutely delighted to receive 20 laptops from Rotary for our upper Key Stage 2 students. These laptops will support lifelong learning as 21st century learning becomes more and more digital. We know that as a profession we have learned so much about digital learning during the most recent lockdown, how to deliver it and what applications are available online to support learning. These laptops will provide support and opportunities as these students move into our secondary phase. Many many thanks indeed to Rotary for this wonderful gift.”

Thank you Mr Hill for organising this and working so hard to make this happen.


Anyone who wishes to know more about the project or who may wish to help by donating a laptop or contributing to the project’s costs can do so by visiting

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