Surf's up for TES laptop winners

12th January 2001 at 00:00
TEN teachers have won a powerful Toshiba laptop computer worth pound;1,799 and a year's unlimited Internet access from BT Education and The TES. The winners are: Ian Morton-Williams, Newtown high school, Powys; Desmond Varian, Comwhinton school, Great Corby, Cumbria; Keith Anthony, Cardinal Newman school, Pontypridd; Sheila Wall, Dormansland prmary, Lingfield, Surrey; Glenys Hopkins, Anderton Park school, Birmingham; Malcolm Holmes, King Edward VI school, Birmingham; Sarah-Jane Lovell, Ladysmith first school, Exeter; Yvonne Bance, St. Cuthbert Mayne school, Hemel Hempstead; Rosalie Millar, Cherry Tree nursery, Ayr; Sally Canham, Appleton Roebuck primary school, York.

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