Supporting the NHS and key workers at Claremont Fan Court

During the Easter break, Claremont Fan Court School’s science and technology department have supported the local community and NHS as best they can whilst the government lockdown continues.

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17th April 2020 — During the Easter break, Claremont Fan Court School’s science and technology department have supported the local community and NHS as best they can whilst the lockdown continues. A total of 120 safety specs and six boxes of gloves were donated to the school's local Princess Alice Hospice in Esher as they continue to provide vital compassionate care during this time.

The school's Head of Technology, Mr Gladstone, also designed and produced 130 protective face shields using the school’s laser cutter which were distributed to NHS staff on the front line at St Thomas’s hospital in London.

It is a pleasure to be able to support the community and NHS in this way and the school extends their gratitude to essential workers who continue to provide a vitally important service during these challenging times.

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About Claremont Fan Court School

We are a co-educational independent school for children aged from 2 1/2 to 18 years, situated just outside Esher, Surrey. The School is set in the historic landscaped grounds of the Claremont Estate. We are founded on Christian values and we welcome children from all faiths and none. Our ethos recognises, cares for and values the potential of every child. With this recognition comes the expectation of high academic achievement and participation in sporting and cultural activities. A Claremont Fan Court education encourages every pupil to excel academically, grow in confidence and be ready to act wisely for the challenges that lie ahead. We look forward to seeing you soon.

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