STAFF and pupils at Rednal Hill Primary School were celebrating before the end of term after winning a prestigious technology award.
The school fought off others from all over Birmingham to claim the 2015 Paul Shoesmith Award for Innovation in Technology in recognition of their commitment to ICT throughout the school.
The judges stated Rednal Hill was selected because of the strategic approach to the use of ICT which was driven by the headteacher.
The report also said the adoption and deployment of technology aided both teaching and learning at the school and the ethos of the staff showed a determination to ensure pupils were prepared for the future of a world which was, as yet unknown.
Headteacher Elaine Le Gros said: “We are thrilled to win this award out of all the schools in Birmingham.
“The technology our young children will be using in their adult life has not even been invented yet so it is important to provide our children up to date technology to support their learning.”