We know this is a challenging time for schools and colleges but it's great to hear how you've been adapting to remote teaching. We've also been receiving some inspiring stories from our schools and colleges who are supporting their local communities, the NHS and their students.
To support and spread some positivity we'd like to share these stories with you:
Read the stories below:
In Manchester, a Cambridge Nationals teacher and assessment specialist for Engineering design is turning his knowledge, skills and equipment to help make PPE for the NHS.
GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition students at Kimbolton School, in Cambridgeshire, are continuing their studies during lock-down with delicious results.
OCR GCSE and A Level teacher, and Director of Academic Music at Mill Hill School Arijit Chakravarty has been inspired by Captain Tom to do something for the NHS.
Cambridge Nationals Teacher, Mr Greaves has produced hundreds of face shields on a laser cutter in the college’s Design and Technology workshop.
St Albans High School for Girls have been going the distance to support their local community and the NHS during lockdown by donating PPE and running 100km to raise funds for a Food Bank.