A ROMSEY school hosted more than 100 children from across the county for a day dedicated to technology.

Stroud School, Highwood Lane, hosted a digital leaders' conference for children in Hampshire and Wiltshire.

The Digital Leaders Conference follows an event held in London in 2012 and at Stroud’s senior school King Edwards VI in 2014 and 2015.

Stroud School have hosted the event over the past three years, where children get the chance to participate in digitally-focussed challenges with pupils from other schools in the area.

This year’s workshops included green screen filming, Sphero, run by Western Computers, internet safety, coding with Purple Mash and ride programming with the support of Paultons Park.

Assistant head - operations, and head of digital, Ms Price, said: “This was a very successful day. Not only did it allow the children to experience a range of new technology in a fun and engaging.

"It also enhanced their team working and problem solving abilities. Hopefully inspiring a new generation toward a digital future.”

To find out more about Stroud School, visit www.stroud-kes.org.uk.