Pupils were left devastated after 20 laptops were stolen from Edith Weston Primary School.
The school was broken into at about 11.20pm on April 12. A total of 20 Toshiba and Sony laptops were stolen.
Police revealed details of the burglary today (Tuesday).
Headteacher Margaret Lishman said: “These stolen laptops were for pupil use and as a result of the theft the school has now only four laptops for them to share.
“There is a huge impact on pupil learning, as the laptops were in daily use to support work across the curriculum. When the children arrived at school on Monday morning, they were devastated to hear the news.”
If you know anything about the burglary call police on 101 quoting crime number LR/0380/13-2.