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Digital Subscriptions > The Oban Times & Lochaber Times > 26th January 2016 > Caol children become the hi-tech teachers

Caol children become the hi-tech teachers

PRIMARY seven pupils at Caol have been taking a turn at being the teachers ... by helping older members of the community get to grips with computings.

This inter-generational project, a six-week block of IT lessons, began when Care Lochaber contacted the school, looking to get help for some of the older people they work with so they could learn to use computers.

Care Lochaber is a service designed to enable older residents, as well as those with ill health, mobility issues or isolation, to remain independent through schemes such as the computer skills workshops and also a community car scheme.

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