Positive Post from St Mary’s Primary, Northchurch
3rd June 2020
The children of Key workers at St Marys School in Northchurch have been in school working hard not only on their learning but also on making their community a happy place to be in during these hard times. The children drew pictures, wrote jokes and letters to key workers. They then decided who they would like to send them to and the school posted them to 13 key workers, including supermarkets, vets, firefighters, police, care homes/carers and hospitals. They even sent pictures to the National Crime Agency in London! The children’s work didn’t go unnoticed and St Mary’s received some wonderful ‘Thank you’ messages back. They’re incredibly proud of all of children at St Mary’s who, even during these difficult times, are a beacon of hope and happiness.
Some responses to their post:
‘Firstly I would like to say a huge Thank You to you and all your children who have taken the time to draw pictures, write letters and send jokes to us here on Ward 3. They are all amazing and the jokes really made us all laugh.’- Stoke Mandeville
‘I just wanted to say a huge thanks to all of your children who sent us the lovely thank you messages. It means so much to the colleagues in Tring to be appreciated for the work that they do, and this made our day. I placed the letters and drawing on the community notice board as per my photos.’- Tring Tesco
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