At the end of the 2018/19 summer term, we donated a Sharp interactive play table to Coed Hirwaun Primary School in Port Talbot as a community contribution. In early October, we re-visited the school to see how they were getting on with the table and as a treat for the pupils, we took Ospreys player Lloyd Ashley, with us. The children were delighted!
The Sharp interactive play table operates with a battery pack and can be connected to WiFi via Bluetooth, thus avoiding the need for wires. It sits on a table that can be tilted and locked in place enabling the children to easily access the screen. Rather like a large iPad, and through a series of Apps, games and puzzles the play table is an ideal interactive learning tool for primary school children.
The icing on the cake, of course, was a visit from a much-admired Ospreys player! Lloyd spent some time with the children who demonstrated how they use the play table and then spent some time, answering all of the children’s questions in a Q&A session. A great morning which we are delighted to have been able to facilitate!