Moy Park has donated over 160 Chromebook computers to schools and colleges, providing much needed digital resources for local pupils.
This new initiative builds on Moy Park’s range of existing and long-established community measures and has been delivered as part of the company’s £1 million Community Support Fund, established in 2020 to support organisations local to its operations across Europe.
Nine schools benefited from the donation of Chromebooks to assist with classroom and at home learning.
Welcoming the donation, Karen McMaster, Principal of Camphill Primary School, Ballymena said, “On behalf of all the pupils and staff at Camphill Primary School we would like to thank Moy Park for their very generous donation of Chromebooks. These Chromebooks now provide our school with the additional ICT equipment needed to enhance the digital skills of our pupils and aid them with their learning in the classroom.”
Karen McMaster from Camphill Primary School Ballymena is pictured with Sharon Gallagher from Moy Park.
Principal Alastair Beacom from Dunclug Primary School.
Welcoming the donation, Stephen Austin, Principal of St Colmcille’s Primary School said; “The Chromebooks donated by Moy Park will be of great benefit to our pupils by helping to further develop their ICT skills and enhancing opportunities to learn through our Virtual Learning Environments. On behalf of our school community, we would like to extend our sincere thanks to Moy Park for the very generous donation.”
Mark Mc Kernan from St. Colmcilles Downpatrick is pictured alongside Angeline Quinn & John Neil from Moy Park.
Raymond Hill from Clounagh Junior High School is pictured with John Neil and Angeline Quinn from Moy Park.
Shauneen Mc Gowan & Erin O Hanlon from, Naiscoil Na Banna Preschool, are pictured alongside Angeline Quinn and John Neil from Moy Park.
Orlaith Cullen & Nicole Bush from St. John’s The Baptist College are pictured alongside Angeline Quinn and John Neil from Moy Park.
Welcoming the donation Andrew Sleeth, Principal of Integrated College Dungannon said,
“As a College community, we are lucky to have industry nearby who adopt a policy of social responsibility in helping others. The Chromebooks which were donated will support the learning of students who do not have access to a device, at home, for suitable for completion of their College work. I would like to thank Moy Park for their continued support of the College.”
Nadine McGurk from Integrated College Dungannon are pictured with Victoria Lesinskyte from Moy Park.
Bridin Loughran from St Patrick’s College is pictured with Ramune Terleckiene from Moy Park.
Darren Mulgrew from St Patrick’s Academy is pictured with Rasa Silva from Moy Park.
Kirsty Wilkins, HR & Performance Director, at Moy Park commented on the scheme:
“At Moy Park we are committed to maintaining strong roots in the communities where we operate. Through our Community Support Fund, we’ve been able to support many organisations and provide vital funding for so many important projects. We are delighted to help schools in Ballymena, Craigavon and Dungannon and hope the Chromebooks provide some much-needed resource to local schools and students.”