RESIDENTS and local businesses have shown great generosity supporting staff and children at Netherfield Primary School this month.
With children once again learning from home and the country in a second full lockdown, staff at NPS have been overwhelmed by the generosity and support of the local community.
Luxfer Gas Cylinders, in Colwick, have donated £520 worth of Morrisons vouchers to help supplement those families in greatest need, while Nottingham-based T Bailey Asset Management have donated £500 to buy mini laptops to support home working.
One resident donated £100 towards the purchase of the mini laptops and a number of the school’s neighbours have donated unwanted laptops to be re-purposed for children working from home.
A big thank you to you all from the Netherfield school community!