Learning after Lockdown: supporting schools as they prepare for the new year
As schools make preparations for the start of the new school year in September, the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) has today published guidance to support schools’ plans for the safe return of their staff and pupils.
We were pleased to support the report, and provide information about our recent work with Trumpington Park Primary School in Cambridge which saw us create flexible and socially distant working environments and safe learning spaces for pupils and teachers. The spaces are using Grantells antimicrobial trays and trolleys to reduce infection rates and improve general classroom hygiene, as well as reducing the use in communal spaces.
Read the full report that contains case studies and tips gathered from schools where BESA member companies have worked to support headteachers and senior leaders as they prepare to reopen schools to students, and covers key areas including creating socially distanced environments, blended learning, mental health, hygiene and wellbeing, and supporting a return to the curriculum.