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Manchester tech students from Connell Sixth Form College have been announced as winners of the Sustainable Communities at the Apps for Good Awards

Manchester tech students from Connell Sixth Form College have been announced as winners of the Sustainable Communities at the Apps for Good Awards

A team of two 18 year olds from Connell Sixth Form College, Manchester has been announced as the winner of the Sustainable Communities category sponsored by Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at this year’s national Apps for Good Awards. Their app, Donate iT, help users donate furniture, equipment and other items to the charities that need […]

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Fear Nothing tech students from Westfields Junior School have been announced as winners of Information category at the Apps for Good Awards

Fear Nothing tech students from Westfields Junior School have been announced as winners of Information category at the Apps for Good Awards

A team of 9-10 year olds from Westfields Junior School, Hampshire has been announced as the winner of the Information category sponsored by Thomson Reuters at this year’s national Apps for Good Awards. Their app Fear Nothing helps children deal with their phobias in an interactive and fun way, incorporating virtual reality. Selected from hundreds […]

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Warwickshire tech students from Stratford Girls’ Grammar School have been announced as winners of Connected Communities at the Apps for Good Awards

Warwickshire tech students from Stratford Girls’ Grammar School have been announced as winners of Connected Communities at the Apps for Good Awards

A team of 13-14 year olds from Stratford Girls’ Grammar School, Warwickshire  has been announced as the winner of the Connected Communities category powered by Salesforce.org at this year’s national Apps for Good Awards. Their app Lilies helps support 10-16 year olds who have lost a loved one. Selected from hundreds of applicants from across […]

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