A primary school teacher has been hailed a local hero for delivering food to children in need who are off school as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Zane Powles, a deputy head at Western Primary School in Grimsby has been commuting on foot to deliver 78 packed lunches each ...
- Deputy head delivers dozens of school lunches a day
- Heinz to give 12 million free meals to children following school closures
- Praise is better than punishment to make children behave
- the local council cracking down on single-use plastics in its schools.
- skipping breakfast linked to lower gcse grades.
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