Google Reference School Replaces Google Cloud Print with Mobility Print

By Kieron Byatt, PaperCut – Wheatley Park School, situated in Holton, Oxfordshire (just 5 miles east of Oxford University), is one of the UK’s Google reference schools.

The 1,150-pupil school pioneered the 1:1 Chromebook program in the UK. Running for 5 years now, the program draws visitors from around the world to observe Google Workspace and Chromebook integrations in education.

We spoke to Roger Nixon, Director of IT for the River Learning Trust (RLT) –  a multi-academy trust responsible for 20 schools. Roger’s based at Wheatley Park, one of the schools under RLT’s purview, where he also teaches Chemistry.


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