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Schools across Surrey and Hampshire make thousands of pieces of PPE

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Schools across Surrey and Hampshire make thousands of pieces of PPE

Published by Grace Mcgachy at 2:41pm 15th April 2020.

Thousands of pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) have been made and donated by schools across Surrey and Hampshire during the coronavirus outbreak. 

While schools are shut for the majority of students many teachers and children of key workers have been making use of their design and technology departments to make face shields for frontline workers. 

These vital items of PPE have been given out to hospitals including the Royal Surrey and Frimley Park as well as GP practices and care homes. 

St John Baptist School, Woking

They have been making face shields and one of their students has been using a 3D printer to make PPE as well. 

St Peter's Catholic School, Guildford 

St Peter's has also launched an online fundraiser which has already raised over £13,000 

All Hallows School, Farnham 

Broadwater School, Godalming 

Oakmoor School, Bordon 

Farnborough Hill, Farnborough 

Frensham Heights School, Farnham 

 

Tomlinscote School, Frimley 

George Abbot School, Guildford 

Woking High school, Woking 

The school have also launched an online fundraiser.

 

Court Moor School, Fleet