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A school in Northamptonshire's been left struggling to teach certain subjects after a raid by burglars saw £35,000 worth of new electronics stolen.
The Abbey Primary in Northampton was targeted overnight on Thursday 27th September - new iPads, laptops and tablets were stolen.
Pupils had only been using them for two days before they were taken. It has left some topics almost impossible to teach as they have been left using old and outdated computers.
The perpetrators gained access by smashing their way through a side door, before ransacking charging racks and lockers used to store the gear.
Parents have started a fundraising page while the insurance claim is processed. Police are continuing to investigate who is responsible and appeal for witnesses.