Creative students celebrate NHS 'heroes' with outstanding artwork at Welton school

Creative students at a Daventry school celebrated NHS workers with an eye-catching display.

By Lucie Green
Thursday, 15th July 2021, 2:31 pm
Updated Thursday, 15th July 2021, 2:32 pm
Students show off some of the artwork.
Students show off some of the artwork.

Pupils at Welton CE Academy used their artistic talents for last week's NHS Social Care and Frontline Workers' Day

They were joined by Women’s Institute and Age Concern, who wanted to say ‘thank you’ to their community for working together throughout the coronavirus lockdown.

The colourful artwork was displayed at the front of the school.

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Remembering Captain Tom.

The National Health Services (NHS) in the UK was launched on July 5, 1948, providing free healthcare to all. Since early 2020 it has been put to one of its toughest tests throughout its 73-year history.

Health and social care and other frontline services have worked relentlessly to help tackle the pandemic.

Members of the WI contributed to the display
Learning about the NHS through art.
Students say 'thank you'.