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Staff volunteers are spending their Easter break running a free multi-activity programme for the children of key workers on our campus. Pupils…

Staff volunteers are spending their Easter break running a free multi-activity programme for the children of key workers on our campus.

Pupils from twelve local schools, whose parents are front-line workers in the current pandemic, are taking part in craft, games and activities that can be managed at the required two-metre distance. The scheme will run until our remote learning restarts for the Summer term.

Over 100 goggles and 850 pairs of much-needed disposable gloves have been donated to Cranleigh medical centre by our Science departments. The centre will distribute them to local care homes and pharmacies for workers to use.

Our Design Engineering team has also been providing Perspex for the creation of visors for community NHS teams, and was delighted by this ‘thank you’ message from the wonderful team at Shere Surgery.

We’re grateful for the support of all the staff in our dedicated community and looking forward to the time we can all be back together on campus.

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