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Toot Hill School, Bingham, support NHS front line staff by making visors




Medics have thanked a school’s teachers who made personal protective equipment (PPE) to help protect them from coronavirus.

Richard Walters and Sam Burdett, design and technology teachers at Toot Hill School, Bingham, decided to support NHS front line staff by making visors.

From left to right: Nurse Sophie Kelly, Dr Neil Fraser (clinical lead) and lead nurse Pam Green. (34057192)
From left to right: Nurse Sophie Kelly, Dr Neil Fraser (clinical lead) and lead nurse Pam Green. (34057192)

Head of school Sandy Paley was contacted by the GP Federation for Rushcliffe, asking if they could help with a donation of any PPE because the area was struggling for visors and gloves.


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