A nursery teacher from Stanmore has orchestrated a ‘Thank You Great Ormond Street Hospital’ (GOSH) collage with her schoolchildren and raised £700 for the charity.
Jade Grant, along with her sister Kelly Kingshott, who both run Fairytales Day Nursery in Elstree, got the majority of their pupils and their families to draw posters based on an assigned word, so that the posters came together in a collage with a strong message.
The kids also put on their favourite fancy dress costumes.
The message read: “The coronavirus may stop you seeing all of your friends and family at the moment but please remember just like the NHS staff, you too are superheroes, brave and beautiful. We are thinking of you #sobrave #stayhome #beautiful #staysafe #GOSH.”
Jade said: “The kids did a fantastic job and the parents really enjoyed having a little project to focus on. We wanted to do this for the GOSH team because since the pandemic began, they’ve had to really restrict visitors, which has been hard on them and the children there.”
To see the fundraising page, go to justgiving.com/fundraising/Jade-Grant1