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Hollywater School is a community special school based in Borden, Hampshire, with ages ranging from 4 yrs. to 19 years.

They strive to provide stimulating educational opportunities for all within a safe, healthy, happy, caring, and inclusive environment. There is a strong ethos where everyone is valued for their individual contribution irrespective of gender, ethnicity, ability, or age.

HollyWater School

Hollywater School is one of three schools participating in the TDL/Samsung Flip Art Competition that seeks to encourage students to be digitally creative.

Following on from the successful deployment of our Digital Hubs in the health care sector, TDL is pleased to announce that its first Digital Hub in education, in conjunction with Samsung will be deployed in May 2021 to include the Stimul8 program, Flip Art, MyHudson and VR/AR Experiences with partners Looking Glass, Infinite Mixed Realities and Halo.




Their Digital Strategy is “To be recognised across the UK as a leader in the use of digital tools to transform teaching and learning.

Amesbury School is a co-educational independent prep school in the Hindhead/Haslemere area of Surrey, England, educating pupils between the ages of 2 and 13.

Amesbury School

It was founded in 1870. The Grade II*-listed main building was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and stands on a 34-acre estate.

The school successfully completed its initial Digital Vision by the end of the Academic Year 2019-2020 with the systematic embedding of Technology and Digital Tools to improve the quality of lessons.

Amesbury School is one of three schools that participated in the TDL/Samsung Flip Art Competition which seeks to encourage students to be digitally creative.




“Pushing the boundaries of what technology is capable of”

Cranmore is one of Surrey’s leading schools, with a long history of achievement, breadth, and excellence, all provided within their fabulous 25-acre site at West Horsley.


Technology, Programming, and Engineering are very important at Cranmore, and pupils learn an amazing array of skills from Robotics, 3D printing, programming, and web design as well as visiting new worlds and creating resources in Virtual Reality. Cranmore is also planning a major new STEM building as part of this drive for 21st-century learning.

Pupils and staff are all excited to be working with The Digital Line in collaboration with Samsung on the ‘Flip Art’ competition and find many synergies, especially regarding pushing the boundaries of what technology is capable of and how it can positively impact education.