CLASSROOMS at a Thame school have been given a technology boost thanks to a developer's donation.

John Hampden Primary School has received 14 new Hue HD cameras from Bellway Thames Valley, which is building two housing estates nearby.

The portable cameras features a microphone and a flexible stem, and can be used in classrooms as a webcam or to plug into a projector.

The school's headteacher Paul Hanky said he was 'thrilled', adding: "These cameras will be a real asset to the classroom, and will help pupils engage and work more proactively and collaboratively amongst themselves and also with their teachers.

"Bellway have really helped to modernise our classrooms and improve lessons across the entire school."

Bellway Thames Valley's sales director Steve Garton said his team was 'delighted' to donate the cameras.

He added: "Having grown from a small, family business to one of the UK’s most successful housing developers over the past seventy years, we have not lost sight of what is most important to us.

"Engaging and supporting the local community remains a top priority for Bellway, as it is these communities we wish to positively contribute to by building new homes for families living within the area."