The Digital Schools Award is a fantastic example of industry supporting education in Scotland.  It is the result of collaboration between Scottish Government, Education Scotland and the digital industry and as such it is closely aligned with the aims of the Digital Learning and Teaching Strategy.

Minister for Education and Lifelong Learning, Scotland John Swinney

HP believes that the technology sector has a responsibility to support schools and ensure that the next generation is equipped with the knowledge needed to close the STEM and creative skills gap, and drive the economy of tomorrow. Being recognised as a Digital School is a great achievement and an important milestone. We congratulate the 21 schools receiving awards today.

Education Director at HP Neil Sawyer

The Digital Schools Awards Programme is a very valuable approach to embedding digital learning in primary schools.  It fully supports and promotes the vision set out in the Government’s Digital Learning and Teaching Strategy for Scotland. I am delighted to see these first set of awards being presented and the number of schools registering for the programme continuing to grow.  I encourage all primary schools in Scotland who have not yet done so, to sign up to the programme.

Strategic Director at Education Scotland Alan Armstrong