01:00PM, Sunday 20 November 2016
An insight into the digital industry was enjoyed by students at Charters School on Tuesday.
The school in Charters Road took part in the national BIMA Digital Day and 30 students from 13 to 18-years-old were joined by Ascot-based digital design agency Rawnet.
They split into groups to come up with a digital campaign for Cancer Research UK which they had to pitch at the end of the day to the headteacher.
The day was organised by media teacher Jess Duncan and it was the first time the school has taken part.
She said: “They responded wonderfully, it was such a positive experience.
“It was really exciting, it shows them the opportunities that are available in the industry.”
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