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Thank You Message from Hampshire County Council

Hampshire County Council’s Leader (Councillor Keith Mans) and Executive Member for Education and Skills (Councillor Roz Chadd) have been very keen to thank all of Hampshire’s pupils and students for the part they have played in helping to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.

More Wildern School PPE

We have manufactured another 225 visors. These have been donated to Western Community Hospital & Fareham Community Hospital and are already being used. Thank You to our staff who manufactured them and Covid-19 Keeping Communities Safer fund that paid for the materials.  

Year 7 Textiles

Year 7 students have been working hard designing new scrubs for the NHS workers so that they are protected and also cheerful to make patients happy and smile. We also wanted it to showcase support of the fantastic NHS workers. We had over 40 we shortlisted and gave to Mr Smith to select his top 3/4, however there were so many good ones it could only get narrowed down to the these top 6. 

Wildern manufactures PPE

Today 6 #volunteers from the D&T Dept manufactured 176 face visors & 19 scrub bags for NHS uniform. The visors will be largely going to Soton Hosp, with some going to local care homes. Scrub bags are going to a local #NHS unit specialising in care for children with cancer.

Library Books on Loan

Across the school we have around 500 books on loan, which we'd like students to take good care of whilst they're not at school. Please look after your book.  Thank you from the LRC 

Eco Group Visit

The 'Eco Group' had a visit from Jean and Angie from Hampshire County Council to encourage them to think about how Wildern can reduce their carbon footprint.  We look forward to implementing some of the ideas the students created.