Pupils pay special tribute to NHS corona staff
Caring pupils at TIGHS are offering messages of support to front line NHS staff who are continuing to work through the coronavirus crisis to save lives.
The girls, who remained in school this week as their parents are key workers, wanted to show their appreciation for those who were risking their lives to keep people well.
The pupils wrote poems filled with positivity which will be delivered, once it is safe to do so, to emergency workers.
Amina Modan, Assistant Principal, at TIGHS said: “We have been teaching our pupils about the many sacrifices that our NHS workers are making to help people through the coronavirus crisis.
“These are challenging times for many, not least our NHS staff, and our pupils were very keen to do something to help support these incredible people.
“Our pupils realise that they are in the midst of exceptional and potentially dangerous times and this special tribute to our NHS workers is their way of helping to make a contribution and raise awareness.”
Schools across the country were closed from Friday for all pupils except for children of key workers and vulnerable children. TIGHS is continuing to offer support to its pupils and their families through the crisis.