We had a wonderful end to the week on Friday after receiving a beautiful thank you card from the pupils in Base 1, at Redbridge High School, Long Lane, for the reusable protective face visors we donated to the school, last month.
Redbridge High School is one of 20 primary and secondary schools across Knowsley and Liverpool to receive our masks, which have been used to support the pupils and staff’s return to the classroom following the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
What makes us incredibly proud is it’s “our people” that have designed and produced every single one of these visors and Halewood has donated over 400 to date.
These plastic visors are ideal for schools because they are reusable and can be wiped clean, so are helping to keep the staff and pupils safe every day.
Other schools that have received visor donations from us include; All Saints High School in Kirkby, a number of schools in Halewood including Halewood Academy, St Mark’s Catholic Primary, Plantation Primary & Yew Tree Primary as well as Sudley Infant school in Liverpool.
The card, which has been hand-made by the Base 1 pupils, reads: “To all our friends at Jaguar Land Rover, thank you for helping to keep us safe. Love from Base 1 staff and pupils.