Staff and Students at Holy Trinity Academy in Priorslee have been manufacturing personal protective equipment (PPE) for NHS staff.
Working to a design originally produced by the Notre Dame High School in Glasgow, Holy Trinity Academy has made 150 visors, which form a key part of PPE, which is in high demand.
The design has been lasercut using school facilities. The design itself and more information can be found on Holy Trinity's website here.
Lucy Allan MP said:
"Despite having to suspend ordinary teaching, Holy Trinity Academy has shown that everyone can contribute to the efforts to support the NHS as it faces unprecedented pressures.
I am impressed by the community spirit shown by all at Holy Trinity Academy, and thank them for their proactive support for NHS staff."