CFGS ADT Team Delivers PPE to Homerton Hospital
Ms Aiken and Mr King from the Art and Design department at Central Foundation Girls’ School (CFGS) successfully delivered their first batch of 200 face visors and face masks to Homerton Hospital.
Production will continue at CFGS over the forthcoming weeks with other members of staff volunteering to help with this very important project.
Claire Hogg, Director of Strategic Implementation and Partnerships at Homerton University Hospital who coordinated the delivery of the PPE with CFGS said:
“Thank you, Ms Aiken and the team, at Central Foundation Girls’ School on making us 150 full face visors. We really appreciate the support of the local community here at Homerton Hospital.”
Ms Aiken, Head of ADT at CFGS said:
“It has been great that the Art, Design and Technology faculty have been able to work alongside our colleagues and to join many other schools across the country in using facilities to make face shields. We are proud that our subject has been able to offer support. It has been a real team effort and a very small gesture of our thanks to all our front line key workers.”
Mr King, ADT Technician at CFGS said:
"It's nice to feel useful by making PPE for our amazing NHS staff who are dealing with this awful virus on the front line, and to show them how much we appreciate all of them and what they are doing for all of us!”
Esther Holland, Headteacher said:
“It is great to see the first boxes of the face visors and masks being warmly received by the staff at Homerton Hospital. Now more than ever local communities need to pull together and utilise their resources for the good of our key workers and frontline staff who are keeping the nation safe and well. Our ADT Team and staff will continue production over the coming weeks to support health care staff.”