Technical advancement

VISIT Priory School pupils, from left, Megan Rosser, Scott Giles and Divar Savir.  Picture: Ian Hargreaves (120438-2)
VISIT Priory School pupils, from left, Megan Rosser, Scott Giles and Divar Savir. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (120438-2)

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STUDENTS spent a day brainstorming how technology could be used to improve their school life.

The enterprising youngsters from Priory School, Southsea, came up with ideas including a digital school newspaper, a Twitter app for homework and social media workshops for parents, at the event at Action Stations, Historic Dockyard.

David Rogers, head of geography who organised the event, said: ‘It’s great to see young people up for the challenge.

‘They’ll be reporting all their great ideas to our headteacher.’