The Suffolk County Council trial run was held in June, which led to 17 year-old Woodbridge School pupil Tom O’Brian being offered a job with Jadu over the summer, after he built an app to provide information about school closures in the event of emergencies.
Suffolk Council subscribed to a paid-for Weejot.com mobile app publishing service from Jadu using the Government’s new G-Cloud Cloudstore.
Jadu wants to “put mobile web app development on the curriculum and on the map” by encouraging the use of Weejot for teaching ICT.
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