Bromsgrove School pupils are continuing their work to help and thank frontline NHS staff during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Kitty Luscombe (Upper Sixth) is currently volunteering at Burcot Grange Residential Home in Bromsgrove, providing valuable assistance to staff and residents.
A member of staff, Miss Limbrick is helping the School make drawstring bags for NHS staff to pop their uniform into after a shift and then safely transport it home. Lower Sixth pupil Eleanor Rea has been answering the call from Worcestershire NHS hospitals for scrub bags too. She has spent the last three days using her sewing machine to make more than 50 cotton drawstring bags so far.
Morgan Kirkden-Smith from Bromsgrove Prep is making handmade soap for staff at the Alexandra Hospital, Redditch and he is including a little thank you poem.
Kind hearted Morgan said "I kept hearing the news about the NHS and clapping every Thursday just didn't seem enough. I asked my mum if we could do anything else and we came up with the idea of Stay Safe Soap – it seemed a good idea with what the NHS have asked from us - stay safe and wash your hands! This way we are doing our bit and saying thank you to them for everything they're doing."
Morgan’s mum Samantha said “Thank you to everyone who is supporting us with this project. We’re just doing our bit to raise a smile on the faces of those helping us”.
If anyone wishes to donate soap so that Morgan can continue in his kind effort, they can get in touch with Mrs Smith – samsmithUK@googlemail.com.
Prep pupils Yuvrai Singh and Saiya Kaur Sehmi have created a simple, yet heart-felt message for NHS workers.