In such unprecedented times, community spirit and care is vitally important. Ensuring that we stay connected and offer thanks to those who play a vital role in keeping our communities thriving. Bloxwich Academy joyfully accepted the request from local MP Eddie Hughes, to offer support and positivity to the residents and staff in our North Walsall care homes.
Primary and secondary pupils currently attending the academy during the lockdown period joined creative forces and produced beautiful heart-shaped bunting, colourful craft flowers, as well as pictures and letters to send our well wishes and lift spirits during this difficult time. The process encouraged pupils to reflect on the feelings of others and the importance of key workers in our community. Most importantly, recognizing that a
small gesture can mean so much to others.
It was lovely to hear that the efforts of our pupils were greatly appreciated
by staff and residents at Woodcross Care Home in Bloxwich, noted with a
kind thank you from Eddie Hughes MP (North Walsall).
“Thank you to all staff and pupils involved, hopefully, your great work will help lift the spirits of residents and staff at Woodcross. Best wishes, Eddie”.