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St Gregory Primary School in Sudbury praises dedication of staff during coronavirus lockdown after receiving Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk Award





The headteacher of St Gregory Primary School in Sudbury has praised the dedication of his staff, after receiving an accolade in recognition of the team’s collective efforts during the coronavirus lockdown.

The school is among a number of educational institutions in the county to be presented with The Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk Award.

Praising the continuous hard work of his team during the challenging time, Daniel Woodrow said: “They did a brilliant job and everyone was prepared to do what ever they could. We are a tight-knit team who are really close.”

St Gregory Primary School has received a Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk Award for its work during lockdown...Pictured: Headteacher Daniel Woodrow and pupils...PICTURE: Mecha Morton.. (42458204)
St Gregory Primary School has received a Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk Award for its work during lockdown...Pictured: Headteacher Daniel Woodrow and pupils...PICTURE: Mecha Morton.. (42458204)

Each year group has been divided into separate support bubbles, which means youngsters spend each day with the same pupils to prevent any transmission of the virus.

Mr Woodrow said he was delighted that parents had supported the series of safety measures, which have been put in place since the whole school returned.