BYOD in Schools with a Parental Contribution Scheme
Many pupils are lucky enough to get access to electronic devices from their school. However, this isn’t as common as schools would want it to be. With budgets being decreased implementing digital devices in schools is only getting more and more difficult.
BYOD – Bring Your Own Device. It is a trend in the professional world and is getting incorporated into schools too. The idea is for children to bring their device to school and use it at home too. We understand that this may not be as feasible for some parents to pay outright for a device – especially when you have more than one child in school. So here is how edde education can help.
Parental contributions a way of supplementing the IT spend within schools. It enables pupils of all ages to have their own iPad, Chromebook, laptop, tablet or other mobile learning device. Schools get the support from parents by getting them to make monthly contributions towards their child’s device.
Why choose edde education?
As an independent platform we can tailor and run a parental contribution scheme according to your school’s requirements. We also understand working in a school involves a lot of paperwork, planning and administration. Therefore, when signing up to a parental contribution scheme with edde education, we look after all the administration.
Any questions? Contact Us
Get in touch with the edde education team today to have a chat about BYOD in schools via 1:1 parental contribution schemes. Give us a call on 01494 611 465 or enquire online below and we will be in touch shortly. We look forward to hearing from your school soon!