The Get Help with Technology programme

The government has announced a £126 million investment in laptops and tablets to help care leavers, children with a social worker and vulnerable children arriving from Afghanistan access their education and fulfil their potential. 

  • While talent is spread evenly across the country, opportunity is not, and we need to  continue to support children most in need with resources for their education. 
  • That is why the government is expanding the Get Help with Technology Programme by investing £126 million in laptops and tablets to provide up to 500,000 devices for disadvantaged children – to boost their learning in school and improve the life chances of those in the care system, including some of the most vulnerable children we have recently taken in from Afghanistan.
  • Conservatives are determined to help all children and young people, no matter their background, to access education and support for a better and brighter future.


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