Students' art is much appreciated at the Hallamshire Hospital
Following the launch of our appeal to students to send in their art work to brighten up the wall outside the Critical Care Ward at the Hallamshire Hospital, we are very pleased to share some of the photos that students sent in as well as the wall itself.
School children from across the city sent in their fantastic artwork and we are proud to have been a part of this project.
The hospital staff were really happy to receive and display the work received, and sent this message to you all “Thank you to the children of Meadowhead School for sending some sunshine our way!”
Pictured left is Hannah Crowther, Operating Department Practitioner (ODP) working in the emergency theatre team. Hannah is one of our parents and we send our thanks to her for the photos of the wall and of course to all NHS staff for their hard work and dedication, especially at this very difficult time dealing with COVID-19
Jane Walker, our Safeguarding Officer, said “ I have been moved collecting and delivering the endless pieces of amazing art work that Meadowhead students have produced in response to the appeal to help bring hope to the ICU of the Hallamshire to patients and staff. This has been particularly poignant for me as I have been delivering them to a good friend who works on the ward as an ICU nurse. Her reaction to the art has been very emotional and I am so very proud of each and everyone of you for helping bring some hope to those that really need it during uncertain times”