The replacement for a Derbyshire school which was destroyed in an accidental blaze has been without internet and phone services for months.
Harrington Junior School in Long Eaton was accidentally destroyed during refurbishment works on May 28.
It was replaced with a temporary school unit built out of an array of modules in August, to provide the school with a home in time for the new school year in September 2020.
However, the Local Democracy Reporting Service can now reveal that staff have been left using their own mobile data in order to access the internet for classes.
A parent who contacted the LDRS said this has held back remote learning.
With a lack of
link source - Derby Telegraph