Wellingborough school sends science supplies to help at hospital

The science department at Wrenn School has donated lots of its PPE equipment to help staff at NGH

A school in Wellingborough has donated hundreds of items from its science department to help staff at NGH.

Wrenn School has sent a range of PPE items to help NHS staff during the coronavirus pandemic, including 400 pairs of googles and 400 aprons.

A post on Wrenn's Facebook page says: "We are proud to announce that our amazing science department have made a donation to Northampton General Hospital.

Some of the PPE items donated to NGH by Wrenn School

"They have given the following items of PPE: 400 goggles, 400 aprons and 70 boxes of gloves!

"This is vital equipment that is urgently needed by the NHS."

The school's efforts during the coronavirus crisis have received huge praise, attracting lots of comments as well as more than 900 likes and more than 250 shares of the Facebook post.

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Some of the PPE items donated to NGH by Wrenn School

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Some of the PPE items donated to NGH by Wrenn School

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Some of the PPE items donated to NGH by Wrenn School