TPS staff produce PPE masks for NHS
The Peterborough School teachers produce and distribute PPE masks to frontline NHS workers.
In continued efforts to support local NHS providers, teachers from The Peterborough School have produced and distributed PPE masks. Over the past week and over the Easter weekend, science and DT teachers from the School produced over 150 masks which have been delivered to local hospitals and GP surgeries in Peterborough and Kettering. While materials to make these masks are in short supply, the School is looking to continue producing these masks for as long as they are able.
In addition, the School has also opened up it's City Centre car park to NHS workers stationed at the nearby City Care Centre, donated science lab equipment such as goggles and aprons to local hospitals, and several teachers are making scrubs for frontline NHS staff. The School has also remained open in term time and the Easter holidays to care for children of Key Workers. Anyone looking to donate equipment to help the School create PPE can contact the School here.