One school may require Brother printer supplies for a new machine that has been awarded to it as a prize in a recycling promotion competition.
Get Wokingham reports that pupils at Emmbrook Infant School took part in a contest to design a poster to highlight the importance of reusing old toner cartridges.
Around 120 children from the school participated, with the winning entry coming from seven-year-old Frances Crawley, who received a certificate and a £25 book voucher for her efforts.
The contest was run by local IT firm FDS Computers, which provides equipment to 20 schools in the area, with 15 of these taking part in the challenge.
Emmbrook Infant School was awarded a new Brother HL4140cn laser printer, while all other participating establishments received a new wireless device for their pupils to use.
The model will offer the educational facility high-speed colour printing, while its simple set up should enable it to easily connect to a classroom's network.