InvestIN Education said that “The e-School was the overwhelming favourite amongst the judging panel. They were delighted to hear Finn’s innovation and creative flair towards solving the issues faced by many students during the lockdown period, as well as his clear compassion for improving the education of those who need the most support.”
Finn’s prize for winning the competition was a £50 Amazon voucher and a free place at one of InvestIN Education’s Autumn Term Careers Education Programmes. Finn has chosen to take part in the Computer Science programme next February.
Julia Larcombe, SEND Manager at Medina College, said “We are incredibly proud of Finn and his achievement. As a student with SEN, Finn decided to enter the competition off his own back, realising during lockdown that having access to support in lessons is just as important online as in school. His innovative thinking is something that will support other students in the future which is incredible.”