School honoured by vaccine centre

A Sleaford primary school has been honoured by staff working on the frontline getting the local population vaccinated against coronavirus. Headteacher of William Alvey School explained that some pupils from Mrs Barclay’s and Mrs Ringrose’s classes sent some artwork they had produced prior to the Easter holidays to staff at Boston’s Princess Royal Sports Arena, which is one of two major vaccination centres in the county

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A Sleaford primary school has been honoured by staff working on the frontline getting the local population vaccinated against coronavirus. Headteacher of William Alvey School explained that some pupils from Mrs Barclay’s and Mrs Ringrose’s classes sent some artwork they had produced prior to the Easter holidays to staff at Boston’s Princess Royal Sports Arena, which is one of two major vaccination centres in the county

Lynda Stockwell, Clinical and Operational Lead at the mass vaccination centre thanked the school for the “wonderful pictures” which they have displayed at the centre.

“The staff and patients have commented how cheerful and colourful they are. We are very grateful.”

The team have now sent a certificate for the children in gratitude and will name a new vaccinating area after William Alvey School in recognition of the pupils’ generosity.