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Pupils help to provide free weekly IT sessions




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Age UK has teamed up with pupils at Catmose College and Oakham School to offer free weekly IT sessions for members of the public who want to learn the basics of computing technology.

Clients will be assigned to a pupil on a one to one basis, who will then teach them everything they want to know about IT, from how to use Skype to contact their friends and family to how to shop online.

The sessions will be held in six week blocks and are absolutely free of charge - the only thing you need is a laptop or tablet to bring along each week.

For more information about the sessions and to book your start date now, please telephone organiser Lisa Jackson on 01572 770324.



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