Tesco site to go global

15th November 2002 at 00:00
Remember the TescoSchoolNet 2000 website, set up as a showcase of children's work for the millennium? Apparently it became what its creators, Intuitive Media, say is the world's biggest children's educational website. And now the Department for Education and Skills is backing the move to make it an international operation, SchoolNet Global, to involve children and teachers overseas.

A new website is already being built and Intuitive Media wants your feedback to ensure its relevance.

For your efforts the company is offering a prize of an Apple iMac (G4) computer worth more than pound;1,000 for the school that creates the most new pupil web pages between October 1 and December 20.


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