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Interactive whiteboard really pale and hard to see

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Niali, Feb 4, 2012.

  1. my school's too skint to replace my projector bulb so whenever I want to do anything with the whiteboard all the curtains get closed and the lights come off - we sit in the dark like we're in a rabbit warren! We all get so used to it that even after I've finished using the board, the children keep working in the dark! xx
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous New commenter

    You should get a spare in. When it goes, you will have no projector and that is a pain. It is also probably against some regulation to do with children's eyesight.
  3. smallschool

    smallschool New commenter

    When this happened to me last term, it was cheaper to buy a new projector that came with a spare bulb than replace the bulb in the old one-MAD and not very green, considering we are an eco-school!

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