The days of homework books and blackboards are slowly becoming a thing of the past.
Now Morecambe school pupils and teachers are about to take another step into the 21st century.
All sixth formers and staff at Morecambe Community High School will be given their own iPads at the start of September term.
They will use them in lessons, to study for exams at home and even for personal use.
“This is a three-year project and it will only be successful if it transforms teaching and learning,” said John McNaughton, head teacher.
“Instead of asking students to go to the library to find something, it will be on the iPad.
“Education can be quite conservative but I think it needs to embrace change like this.”
The school will receive 420 iPads at a cost of £90,000 for the first year.
Students will be asked to pay £85 towards the price of the iPad (including insurance), can pay monthly and will have the option to buy it at the end of the three years.
Pupils will be subject to the school’s strict IT policy to ensure no mis-use of the technology.
A trial has begun and every member of staff, Year 12 and 13 pupil will have one by the second week in September.