Dew Family Spend Easter Making PPE
Children always look up to their parents and want to get involved with what they are doing. So, when Jamie Dew our Head of DT, said he was going to spend his Easter holidays making PPE visors his children couldn’t wait to help. Ava and Daxx, who are both pupils here, enjoyed spending time in our DT suite helping their daddy make something that was going to help the amazing doctors and nurses.
The family have an aim of making at least 100 visors but will keep going to make as many that time and resources permit. The first batch were delivered to the Royal Surrey County Hospital last week and were extremely gratefully received.
As well as making PPE, Andy Baker our Head of Science has also donated unused safety glasses and gloves to our local doctors, Liphook and Liss Surgery.
Sophie Baber, Headteacher at Brookham School says
It makes me tremendously proud to see our staff and pupils giving their time selflessly to help those on the frontline of Covid-19. We will all be forever indebted to the amazing work the NHS are doing and it is extremely honourable that the Highfield and Brookham community are doing their bit. I hope it inspires many to do the same.
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