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I write this as we approach an Easter holidays, the like of which we have never experienced.

Some of our schools will remain open to cater for a handful of keyworker children – and I know they all want to do their bit to support others.

This is typical of the ‘above and beyond’ attitude displayed by all our schools during this time of great uncertainty.

Staff at Felixstowe Academy have answered an appeal to donate key medical supplies in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

The school has donated thousands of clear vinyl powder free gloves and safety goggles to support medical staff during the crisis.

Emma Wilson-Downes, headteacher of Felixstowe Academy, said: “We are delighted to lend our support to our amazing NHS at this time.

A Suffolk teacher has launched his own daily video to get the local community fit and healthy.

Tujan Sari, head of Key Stage 3 PE at Samuel Ward Academy in Haverhill, today started his own fitness video on the school’s YouTube channel.

Tujan said: “I wanted to do something to try and keep everyone fit and active, regardless of your age or fitness.

At Unity Schools Partnership, our aim is to have a network of support between our staff, students and entire communities within secondary, primary and special schools.

It is fair to say that today, as we prepare to close our school buildings, that we have rarely been as challenged.

Education as we know it, as with the rest of the country, is changing before our eyes. But our schools and your children’s education will go on.

In light of the Government’s decision to close schools due to the Coronavirus, Unity Schools Partnership has published some general safeguarding advice.

If your children are not able to attend school, you may find these websites helpful (please click on the links below) in terms of keeping them safe:

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