Jack's supermarket sends hampers filled with goodies to Wakefield schools welcoming back teachers and staff
Jack’s Supermarket has donated a hampers to welcome the hard-working teachers and staff back to schools in the local area.
Following the government announcement, schools were allowed to reopen on Monday, March 8, and Lawefield Primary School and St Mary’s C of E Primary School were gifted with goodies from Jack’s for the staff room, including tea, coffee, soft drinks, biscuits and snacks.
Michael Ward, store manager of Jack’s Wakefield, said: “Teachers and other school staff have been working so hard throughout the pandemic, especially having to adjust to home learning.
"We wanted to show our support and appreciation by donating a hamper for all of the staff to enjoy as they settle back in as schools reopen. We love to help our local community in Wakefield and will show our appreciation for hard work in any way we can.”
Joanne Chambers, St Mary’s CE Primary School Business Manager, said: “We just wanted to say a massive thank you from all the staff for the amazing products we were donated. We came back to school with the car packed to the roof.
"The goods have been quarantined and we will be sharing them between the two staffrooms in school.”