Crouch End students design an App for Good

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Crouch End students design an App for Good

A group of primary school pupils have won the chance to have their tech idea developed and launched.

The students aged 10 and 11 from Coleridge Primary School in Crouch End picked up a prize at the Apps For Good Awards, an annual event recognising young people across the country with digital skills.

Their winning idea is an app which helps children going through puberty.

The group will now work with experts and companies to bring their idea to market.





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