"What a fantastic resource elearning@luton is. I was immensely impressed with the range of facilities and the work students have produced. As a centre for INSET it is very special."
“A big thank you to you and your team for hosting our recent practitioner workshop: 'Active Solutions for 21st Century Learners'. It was a great success and I look forward to another opportunity to work with the elearning@luton centre.” Anne Colgrove, Workshop Facilitator
“This has been a very positive experience for both me and the students. They have ended up with impressive compositions and recordings that were not possible to achieve in school. The lessons at the elearning@luton centre have enriched their learning experiences and they have not been disadvantaged by not having these facilities at school. At all times the staff were attentive to the students’ needs and continually liaising with me to make sure I was happy with what the students were doing.” Deputy Head, Ashcroft High School
“Could I just thank you and your staff for all your hard work in helping to make the Enterprise Challenge Days work so well. The students were thrilled to be in such impressive surroundings and thoroughly enjoyed the experience of using the computers and especially the recording studios. Thank you so much and I look forward to working with you again in the future.” Nicola Healey, Enterprise Challenge
"I was truly inspired by the professionalism and knowledge of the staff team. I came away absolutely buzzing with ideas that the technology and expertise of elearning@luton makes possible." Deputy Heads, Sir John Lawes School, Harpenden
“Following the Year 9 taster session for Cardinal Newman students, all students who attended have opted to take GCSE Music, the most the school has ever had. It shows that the way of working in music that they experience at elearning@luton is more relevant and popular than other ways - the taster session included performance, listening and composition - all enhanced or created through ICT in some way - the three aspects that make up GCSE Music.” Head of Music, Cardinal Newman High School
“elearning@luton is the best money that Luton Borough Council has ever spent.” Learning Mentor, Denbigh High School