It's emerged that four primary schools in Cornwall have little or unpredictable broadband. The schools say they use the internet to teach vital parts of the national curriculum.
Trewidland Community Primary School near Looe has to access the internet via satellite, costing £4,000 a year.
But now an extra £12.5m is being invested in Cornwall to provide superfast broadband to 16,000 residents, businesses and schools, within the next few months.
The money has come from Europe, the government and Cornwall Council