Global Safe Schools: UK Response Letter

For the Attention of:

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

First Ministers for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

Leader of the Opposition for the UK, and all devolved administrations

Secretary of State for Education, Education Ministers in all Devolved Administrations and their Shadow counterparts

Secretary of State for Health and Social Care and Ministers for Health and Social Care in all devolved nations, and their Shadow counterparts

It is a moral and scientific imperative that the reopening of schools occurs only with appropriate mitigations to limit transmission of Covid-19 in place.  Failure to improve upon the current guidelines will once again lead to a high number of infections in school age children, many of whom will suffer long term detrimental impacts on their educational, physical and mental well-being.

All children have a fundamental human right to be educated in a safe, healthy environment, and families living with clinical vulnerability stand to be particularly affected by a lack of mitigations in schools.  We would draw attention to the threat which this poses to the civil liberties of such families, who may feel they are being forced to choose between physical safety and the education of the child.  

Although most parents of school aged children will have received 2 doses of the vaccine by the time schools reopen, some individuals have a medical condition which means they cannot  benefit directly from vaccination, as it may be unsafe for it to be administered to them, or they cannot mount an immune response to it.  In addition, the overwhelming majority of children with clinical vulnerabilities remain unvaccinated, and are particularly at risk should they contract Covid-19.  

Aside from a very small proportion of Clinically Extremely Vulnerable children over the age of 12 and young people aged 16 and over, children remain unvaccinated: infections and hospitalisations amongst UK school aged children have been higher during the third wave than at any other point in the pandemic, and between 7 and 8% of school-aged children and 10% of adults are known to experience symptoms of long-covid for in excess of 3 months post infection.

Despite this, what few protections were in place to prevent transmission within schools are being removed, and the advantages of previous controls to suppress the virus are being jettisoned.  Bubbles had served to reduce the number of contacts for each person in a school, and therefore the number of opportunities they each had to contract SAR-CoV-2 and transmit it to others.  Head teacher led Track and Trace was more appropriate to a school context than the use of central services, as the unreliable memories of children and guess work by parents not present in the classroom are unlikely to yield effective results.  Of greatest concern is the decimation of the self isolation protocol for close contacts; reliance on voluntary testing leaves ample opportunity for non-compliance, and insistence that potentially infected individuals continue attending their settings will likely result in an uplift in transmission.

The impact of the reduction in covid safety measures in schools is amplified by the context in which this will occur.  It is incredibly unlikely that the high rates of community infection resulting from the dominance of the Delta variant, it’s high transmissibility and greater level of vaccine escape will subside by the time schools are set to reopen. 

To remove mitigations in schools at this juncture is unconscionable, and poses a threat not only to individual children and their families, but also to the UK’s vaccine strategy and worldwide pandemic recovery: high Covid-19 case numbers amongst unvaccinated children in the context a population where the majority of adults are vaccinated provides fertile ground for the development of variants with a potentially high level of vaccine escape.  

We therefore call on the government to instigate the following measures with immediate effect, and ensure that children can be in receipt of the school-based education to which they are entitled without placing themselves, their families, their communities or the entire population at unacceptable risk.

  • Offer the choice for children aged 12 or over to be vaccinated, with immediate effect.
  • Reinstate and make smaller bubbles to limit the number of contacts each person in a school meets.
  • Reinstate track and trace within schools.
  • Reintroduce close contact isolation for school aged children.
  • Advise parents of all cases at their child’s school, so that they are in full possession of the relevant facts and can take personal responsibility for the protection of their family.
  • Reinstatement of face coverings in secondary schools until cases in a local authority area are below 50 cases per 100,000.
  • Reduction of class sizes to facilitate social distancing where cases in a local authority area excess 50 cases per 100,000.  This may be achieved through the resourcing of additional spaces and staff, or by implementing a blended learning model incorporating distance learning and in-person attendance, as appropriate for the needs of the children being taught.
  • Supported home learning and the removal of the threat of fines and pressure to attend in-person education for children of families with household clinical vulnerability, including those with familial caring responsibilities for vulnerable individuals.
  • A comprehensive mitigation strategy of long-range airborne transmission risks in every school, including short term measures such as the provision of Indoor Air Quality monitors, HEPA filtration where ventilation is insufficient, and full resourcing of ventilation improvements across the entire education building stock to meet the standards set out in PAS3003.  Ultimately, statutory ventilation standards will be needed to ensure that all public buildings and workplaces become safe havens from the death and disease presently caused by poor indoor air quality.

Protection of the wellbeing and education of children and young people is only possible in the context of effective pandemic controls, which necessarily take the form of non-pharmaceutical interventions where the opportunity to vaccinate is limited.  

The UK government has already taken an unethical and illogical gamble by removing all restrictions across society, foisting death, disability and social isolation on a significant number of citizens in the process.  Extending this approach to our school environments is contemptuous to the population; it amounts to a directive to ignore the existence of Covid-19, and burdens our children with the consequences of the government’s inadequate containment strategy, some of which will be lifelong.

Clarification footnote: As the case rate is now far in excess of 50 cases per 100,000 these thresholds are no longer appropriate. We now call for the Government to reinstate face coverings in all secondary schools as standard, as well as reducing class sizes via blended learning in order to maintain social distancing for the safety of pupils, students and education staff.

Yours, in hope of a Sensible, Safe and Sustainable way forward,

Parents United UK

Campaign for a Sensible, Safe and Sustainable approach to education during the pandemic, and Facebook group of 23,000 parents and carers of school aged children.

One Voice Group

Supporting over 1000 Clinically Vulnerable and Clinically Extremely Vulnerable families during Covid-19.

References

Schools Operational Guidance: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/actions-for-schools-during-the-coronavirus-outbreak/schools-covid-19-operational-guidance

Letter signed by over 1400 scientists in response to the UK government’s decision to remove all restrictions: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(21)01589-0/fulltext

UN Convention on the Rights of Child, including the Right to Education, non-discrimination on the basis of age and the right of children with disability to live a full and active life as part of the community: https://www.unicef.org.uk/what-we-do/un-convention-child-rights/

School leaders responsibility to provide a safe environment: https://www.hse.gov.uk/services/education/sensible-leadership/school-leaders.htm

Employers (and therefore schools) duty to provide safe indoor air: https://www.hse.gov.uk/coronavirus/equipment-and-machinery/air-conditioning-and-ventilation/index.htm

Prevalence of Long Covid: https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/healthandsocialcare/conditionsanddiseases/datasets/alldatarelatingtoprevalenceofongoingsymptomsfollowingcoronaviruscovid19infectionintheuk

Impact of chronic illness on the family: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3791092/

Impact of Long Covid on children’s wellbeing: https://www.lbc.co.uk/news/doctors-warn-of-serious-mental-effects-on-children-with-long-covid-ahead-of-july/

“COVID-19 prevention strategies remain critical to protect people… who are not fully vaccinated, especially in areas of moderate-to-high community transmission levels”: .https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/k-12-guidance.html

Impact of the death of a parent: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3569022/

Counter Signatories

Clinicians

– Dr Matthew Butler, MBBS BSc(Hons) MRCP (UK, Ger) PGCert(Health Res), Consultant Physician

– Dr Sally Morgan, Director, Association of Clinical Psychologists UK

– Dr Alison George – GP & Honorary GP in Emergency Medicine

– Dr Noor Bari MBBS B.Sc. Infection

– Dr David Maxwell, General Medical Practitioner (Retired)

– Dr Soma Meran, Consultant physician, Clinical academic

– Dr Simon Figa, MBBS BSE, GP

– Dr Lindsay Fraser-Moodie MBChB| BSc (Hons) | DCH | PgCert (Global Health & Infectious Diseases) GP Registrar

Academics and Experts

– Sally Fereday, Fellow of the Institute of Risk Management

– Prof. Jose-Luis Jimenez, University of Colorado, USA – Prof. Chemistry, CIRES, Univ. Colorado. Highly Cited (h=125), Fellow AAAR & AGU. Aerosols,  air poll., MS. http://tinyurl.com/faqs-aerosol & http://tinyurl.com/covid-estimator

– Stephane Bilodeau, Eng., Ph.D.; Fellow of Engineers Canada; Chief Technology Officer at Smart Phases; University of Sherbrooke (International)

– Dr Joe Pajak FRSC CSci, previously research scientist, headteacher, director of education

– Rosie Nelson, IAQ Solutions Ltd

– Dr. Deepti Gurdasani MBBS MD MPhil PhD, Senior Lecturer in Machine Learning at Queen Mary University of London

– Dr Huw Waters – Materials Scientist and co-founder of FreshAir Wales

– Carlos Troncoso Phillips, Electronics Engineer, Healthcare Administrator and Data Scientist

– Doreen Geoghegan Chartered Health & Safety Practitioner  IOSH MSc

– Dr. Gunhild Alvik Nyborg, M.D., PhD, BSc, Covid Action Group, World Health Network, Oslo, Norway

– Professor Andrew Watterson PhD, CFIOSH, Fellow Collegium Ramazzini, Public Health Researcher, University of Stirling, Scotland

– Dr Cheryl Hunter, Clinical Psychologist

– David FJ Osborn BSc, CMIOSH, SpDipEM Chartered Safety Practitioner, Occupational Safety and Health Consultant, Trident HS&E Ltd

– Professor Karim Malik, B.Sc.(Sur.), Ph.D.(Cantab.), Professor of Molecular Oncology

-Dr Sarah Rasmussen PHD, Department of Pure Maths and Mathematical Statistics,University of Cambridge

– Professor Andrew Bowie, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and German,

Royal Holloway, University of London

– Professor Christina Pagel, University College London

– Dr Lucy Wenham, Lecturer in Education, University of Bristol

– Prof George A. Constantinides, Professor of Digital Computation, Imperial College London

-Prof Lyla Mehta, Institute of Development Studies

Political Figures

– Dr John Rees, Visiting Research Fellow, Goldsmiths University, founding member of Stop The War Coalition and Counterfire

– Cllr Matt Doyle, Parish Councillor, Todmorden Town Council

– Cllr Oliver Patrick, South Somerset District Council

– Cllr Lorcan Whitehead, Colchester Borough Council

Campaigners

– Karam Bales, National Education Union

– David Lawrence, Contamination Concerns During Covid-19

– Zero Covid Scotland

– Labour Members for Zero Covid

-Tony Dadd, Founder of Parents United UK

– Nurses United

Charity and Community Representatives

– Joanna Buckmaster admin on PIMS/MISC Family support group plus member of Long Covid Kids Support group and Kawasaki Support Group UK

– Cumbernauld and Kilsyth Trades Council

– Anna Taylor

– Alex Loftus

– Donna Rudd

Public Figures

– Dominic Minghella, Producer and Screenwriter

– Patricia Yorke

Organisations

– National Supply Teachers Association

Student – School or Sixth Form

Sophie Williams

Matthew Beddoes 

Beau Dominey

Lulu Dominey

Posy Dominey

L.Chevarin

A Sellers

Andrew Kelly

J Clifford

Miss C. Ireland

Mr F. Ireland

Robert Wisbey-McCann 

Connor McCann 

M Wisbey-McCann

E Hopkins

Jacob Jones

Thomas Brookes

Hollie Jones 

William Jones

Sonia Driscoll

Chloe Davies

L M Farrell

J Farrell

Education Workers

M Higgins 

Jade Richardson

Jane Williams

Sarah Hopkins

S J Packer

H Brennan 

Bev Widdowson

Madeleine Revell

Susan Clark Pomponi 

Kirstie Morton 

E.Bonardi

Kelly Cranitch 

Zoe Parslow-Williams

Mrs C Nethercot

Cicely M Frost

Emma Craig

Eric Cota

J Apparicio 

Shanon Parker Bennett

Nina Cardinale

Lisa Marie Donachie 

R Cousins

Darren Manuel

S. Chalke

Melanie Wilkins

Sue Wedlock

S O’Sullivan

Anthony Seaton BSc, MA (Head of Computing)

Miss D Cocksedge  

Ben Donald

C Serbis

Rebecca Broadhurst

Christine Mattless 

T Fitzgerald

Miss L Williams

Mrs Judith Baxter

B Frieslaar

Lisa Williams

Mandy  Pharoah

L Bell

Andrew Crysell 

H Wincott

Dr Rachel Mills

H. Connolly

Wendy Boyd Isacsson

Jacqui Walker

Suzanne Kelsey

Fiona Dennis

Rae Harrison

T Fitzgerald

Gareth McQuillan

Erica McQuillan 

Claire McKeown

Grandparents

J Milroy

Laura Culliton

Rachel Holloway

Sandra Dunn

Kelvin Dunn 

Julie Hall

Elizabeth  Wilson 

Nicola Gray

Margaret Bevan

Nicola Gray

Alison Cook

Anthony Springett

Geraldine Springett

Julie Richards

Jeannie Ferguson

A Dixon

Neil Waller

Terry Cook

Janet Ashton

Jo Bradley 

Lesley McGlasson

Susan Kirkbride-Rands

Jon Kirkbride-Rands

Josephine Unwin

Chris iremonger

Christina Booth

Viv Seears

Carol Bray

Christine Green

R Gray

Diane Hirst

Janice Benn

Val Cane

Mr A Barker

Mary Weaver 

C Humble-James

Hazel Boaler 

David Boaler

Sandra Purser

Johanna Jennison

Rose Cranshaw 

B Dunn

Gayle Morris

Anna Cushing 

Mrs Sandra J Dixon

Carol Bray

Cedric Foster 

Pam Gordon

Michael Moore 

Charles Cushing 

Nigel Wood

Rita Pearson

Michael Pearson

Luba Ovinnikova 

David Knight

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C Morris

Michele Stansfield

Sue Wedlock 

Robert Roper

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Diane Barlow

R Rehman

Karen Selley

Pamela Groaves

Edward Groaves

Nicola Linbourn 

Elaine D Pembro

L. Rajah

Marion Rusling

Helen Beech 

Lis Reid 

Christine Humble-Jamesby

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L Jones

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Donna Butler 

Mike Downham

Ben King

Graham Checkley

Margaret Pearson

Lesley McGlasson

Jean Tippet

L Cunningham

Julia Salter

Mrs Sue Rayner

P. Hill

D Horrix

Susan Cox

Rhian L Lewis 

Jeffrey Lewis 

Jennifer Edwards 

Debbie Marlow

John C. Pearson

Joanna Williams

Phillip J Welldrake

Nigel Wood

Mrs Alison Fredericksen 

Julie Skinner

L Ovinnikova 

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M. Cottage

Susan Hardy

R Marr

Josephine Unwin

Leonie Barua

Georgina Carlisle

Ellie Burton

Mrs. Anne M. Nicholson

Ceri Turner

Mrs Gray

Carol Newmarch

Mrs M Cooper

Jennifer Shepherd

Donald Fry

K Moore

L Ovinnikova

Elaine Pembro

Student – Further or Higher Education

Lauren Woodrow 

Kaitlyn Williams

Leah Howie

B D Sellers

C J Sellers

Sophia Probert

S Poon

Codie cheung

Jessica Silver

A Horrix

Ewan Hill

Parents and Carers

Diane Agnew

Kevin Agnew

Susan Duell

Dave Lawrence

V Bailey

D Bailey

Christina Janusz 

Dr R Nye

Russell Flint

Odilon Couzin

Samantha Towler

Alida Hussey

David Towler

Elise Mason

Mrs Samantha McCarthy

Cheryl Bamber

Caroline O’Dwyer

Chris Sewell

M M Santos

Lorraine Hall 

Anne-Marie Murphy

Jessica Bedford 

Richard Bedford 

Charlotte Elkins

Danielle Drury

Gabrielle Torrance

H F Poag

F Bovingdon

Hannah Bloor

J O’Brien 

Ellen Hamilton 

Mr & Mrs A Bell

Mrs Louise Cook

Mr Simon Cook

Catherine Wilson 

Daniela Arnaldi La Mancusa

Stephanie Salgado

Angela Fitzpatrick 

Mrs J. Johnstone 

Joanna Robinson

Susan Stidwill 

Selva Akkas Karaca

Ian Blackmore

Fiona Nailor 

Julia West

T Mansell

M Oak

K Goulding

Amanda Provis

Wendy Crisp

Mrs Donna Mcfaul 

Claire Higham

Julia A. G. Rebaudo 

Bev Lewis

S Millington

L Perriment 

Dr Amy Boylan

Mrs L Cox

Ms H Essex 

Natalie Darby

Leonie Graham

Julie Cullane 

Heather Redman 

Kirstie Bebbington

James Marrinan 

K M Gladwell

Michelle Spence

P Mullett

Shelley Allison

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Marie Ellefsen

Michael Ellefsen

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Katie Dinmore

Neil Dinmore

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C Palmer

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Natalie Nelmes

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Mrs Lisa Cluett

Samantha Weaver

C Cook 

Sarah Underwood

Kathryn Morgan

Stacey Button

Kelly Kerr

Ivan Levene

Elizabeth Hipkiss

B Hawes

Fiona Stuart 

Miss Danielle Johnson 

Mr R Sanderson 

C Cramsie 

Natasha Smart 

Lisa Coates

Hannah Thorpe 

Paula Whittaker

Steven Whittaker

J Hogan

L Staines

Cheralyn Davey 

Sophie Ayling 

Jayne Daniels Heal 

Nicholas Hunt 

Gary Welch

Vera Silva

Heather O’Reilly

Eleanor Beddoes 

Nesen Surmeli-Anac

Rowan Mason

Paul Beddoes 

Joanna Hendricks 

Elizaberh Morris

Laura Huish 

Leah Rubin

David Wolfs

L. Mason

W J Mason

Mrs Claire Budden

Gayle Springett

Abby Norris

Megan Palamidas 

Jean Howie

Ross Howie

Joanna Clegg

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Rachel Chapman

M Lawrie 

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Anna James

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Sam Rutter

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N Bailey

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Miss M. Hopley

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Jay Waller 

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Alison Hicks

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Dr Hazel Shaw

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Kevin Russ

Kerry Bigham

Mrs Rachel Burns

Tracy Gair

Michelle Kung

Elizabeth Gilmore 

Marie Beal

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M Codd

Elizabeth James

A Osborne 

Jordan Tysall

Georgina Fellows

Russell Codd

Claire Shone

Mrs D Welch 

K Knights

Tracey Wilson 

Alison Wake 

Emma Weir 

Michelle Ritter

Linda Richards

Kimberley Whitworth 

Penelope Wenham

Tara Bacon

Richard knights

Deborah Elizabeth Razey 

Rebecca Taylor

B Crockett 

Jennifer Jeans

Mrs Michelle Kenwright 

Ellie Lim

Claire Buckland 

C Symons

Ismay Mummery

Gemma Wells 

Karen Norris Mrs

Hayley Adams McGovern

Claire Davies

Louisa Needham

Emma Lawrence

Anna Bland

Mrs Belinda Sullivan

Lindsay Reynolds 

Maddie Revell

Alice Pearce

Lorna Claire Beckett

E Simmonds

Lisa Wilson 

Matt Wilson

Anna Newitt-Regan

C Williamson 

Gill Curwen

John Noble

Jennifer Donovan 

Lucia Ciampa

Claire Du Preez

Rose Stevens 

Mrs Danielle Moverley 

Sheila Dorrington

Mr Paul Moverley

Eva Townson 

J McGrady

B McGrady

C R Hartley

C Turnbull

Liz Pring

Laura Shipp

Kelly Smith

L A Meyrick

Sonia Sandhu

Raaj Purohit 

Z Amber Richter-Welch 

Gary Welch 

Louise Urquhart

Mrs T Housley 

Susan Fuller 

Deborah Dominey

Simon Dominey

T A Ablett

Tracy Smallacombe 

Miss Kelly M Allport

T Hunt

Emma Blythe

Allison Maguire 

J Szabranski 

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F.Chevarin

C Sheard 

Theresa-Maria Ntim

John McShane

Catherine Smith

Angela Dennis 

Laura Franklin 

Michelle Gaw

M Charlton 

Kerstin Ward 

Nerea Alvarez Suarez

H Murtagh

Adele Boom 

L Boudabbous 

Ewa Idzik 

Adrian Button 

Lisa Turner

ST Carter

Dr Claire Hawkins 

Jane Pender 

Kelvin J Burton

Michelle O’Connor

Bethan Desai

A Roberts

Catherine jackson

Nicola Grundy 

Stefan Grundy 

C James-Moffat

L Lean

Miss Sarah Guy

Stacey Warwood

Kuspuji Dewi

EJ Sellers

Natasha O

Jonathon Ian Sellers

J Everard

Louise Hull-Bailey

Claire Johnson

Zadia Alden 

Lisa Valastro 

Emma Sullivan 

Pooneh Fooladi

K Bentley

Hannah Saunders

S Bentley

Carol Keen 

Nicola Brown

Rebecca Hownam-Guynn

Ms Ria Tonge

Mrs T Hearn

Jenny Richardson 

Claire Handley 

Margaret Burke 

Georgina Duncan 

Laura Scott

Melissa Frith

K Edmunds

Jonathan Opgenhaffen 

N.Gatt

Michelle Hesler

Rebecca Jensen

Julie Snowball

Caroline Stone 

Claire Eracleous 

J Humphreys 

Martin Brook

Janatte Coldicott 

Caroline Keen

Alison Carter

H Calaby

Michelle Fordham

Joanna Dimitriou 

Claire Wrigley

Antony Wrigley

Gemma Pankhurst 

Elizabeth H L Gilmour

Katie Ashford

Jon Davies

Tabbie Hunt

Mrs Cathy Williams

Kirsty McNeil 

Ben Crawford

Julie Hayes

Lyndsay Newman

S Costello 

Louise Emmerson 

D Walsh

Sarah Ballantyne 

Emma Kelly 

Tracey Anchors

K Rawlinson 

Drew Gervais

Debra Haley

Jess Lee

Heidi Shepherd

G Ciuca

Caroline williamson

Rebecca Hammond

J Peoples

Michelle Knight

Lindsey Carter 

Nicola Poole 

Caroline Torbe

Ciara maclaverty

Kate Neville

P Malhotra

Jane Fevre-Chambers

Lynda Haines

Lisa Zachary

Ali Kirkwood

K. Leece

Joanne Richardson 

Sonia Driscoll 

Lindsay Cox

D Roberts

A Dunlop

Ellie Craig

G Gumbs

C Gumbs

Rebecca McCarter

Lesley Moore

S.Vigrass

Alastair Hunt

Laura ross 

Kate Kaminski

Helen Chapman

S Coyle

K Mackay 

Anna Yates 

Joanne Lee

Jane Thompson 

E. Kalverda 

Caroline elvidge

Caroline Wilding

Kayleigh Morgans 

Gareth Morgans 

C Perry 

Shelley Blakesley

L.Munns 

A Campbell

P Kurtsiefer 

Paul A R Dunbar

A Podesta 

Andrew Podesta 

Pamela 

Ionela Ungureanu

Tracy Dent

L Beven 

Jeannette Griffiths 

Miss A Campbell 

Nikola Matulewicz-Evans

H Mumby

Janice Roberts

Ian Sandeman

Leisa Seffen

Mrs T L Allan

Mr A C Allan

Alison Hudspeth

Terry Hudspeth 

Sharron Rawden

Victoria Bradley

Kate Rix 

Michelle Wilkinson 

C Kennedy

N.Anderson 

J.Anderson

Ruth Moss

Joanna Dimitriou 

Alison Lawrence

Dr Lee-Anne Kohli

J Chileshe

J Claydon

D Claydon

Tracy Wood 

Rosie Bainbridge 

Debra Kelly

Peter Kelly

Carole Palmer

M McGoey 

Christina Jenkins 

Sarah drain

E L Hall

Dr Naomi Finch

E Morris

J Bradd

Ben Nicholls 

Katherine Townson

Karen Moody

Raquel Roberts Dos Santos 

Karen Cudmore

Mark Smith

Beth Keir

Sarah Jackman

Marie Vandongen

Sarah Newton

Simone Todd

Gemma Gardiner

Amanda Whittaker 

Angela Burrow 

Katherine De Riera 

A Tuff

Joseph Maher

Rose O’Brien

Natalie Christian

Elizabeth Alderton

Louise Yaxley 

Amy Hayes

Sarah-Jane McCarrick 

N. Court 

Miss Paula Coltman

J Crowther

Tamara Devereux 

Ciara McCormick 

Katy Carmon

E. Daly 

J Daly 

Emily Welch

Vicky Cox

Debbie Holden

Kelly Emery

C Burns

S Didwell

Dale Didwell

Mrs Vivienne Brigden 

J Burton Westwood 

Michelle Bradley

Peter Kelly

Lynn Gennery

Sarah Marklew 

C Gennery 

H Green

Katie McBride

Tracey Daly

Mahmoud Alkhudary 

L Stothard

Kristine Stacey

J Leatherland

A. Christopher 

Rebecca Mountain 

K Chow

Tim Martin

Claire Murphy

Stacey reading 

C Favero

Donna Timney

Janet McCormack 

Victoria Kennedy

Abby Brigden

Emma Adams

Michelle Stephenson 

Samantha Brant 

Michelle Stephenson 

H Greening

Katie Read

Sara Hudak

Maxine Brennan

Janice Danvers

Mrs L Nicholls 

Kara

Luz Davidson

Joanne Hill 

Rifkah Cohen

Joanna Trigg

Jacqueline Webster

S Khan 

Paul Duell

Marie Thomas

Michelle John

Eileen Rix

Ellen MacInnes

R Chilton

David Torbe

Vidya

Kirsty B

Hannah Watts

E Sweetman 

Mandana Elizabeth Atunrase

T. Gibson 

Mrs Donna Jawo

P Hudak

K Lam

Eva Natali

K Smith 

E Downey

Helen Shackleton 

Tanya Read 

Michaela Silsby

Jo Jones

Geethaa Kumarri

Janelle Dodsworth

Ruth Makoff

K Downey

Nichola Davis-Hannah 

A M Johnson 

H Kitto

A Riddell 

E Calow 

Marion Rusling

Claire Eldridge 

Louise Flanagan

Mrs H Jones

Leigh Beech 

M Moorhouse

J Wright

F Parry

C Howard

C Wright

Krystyna Rodowicz 

Lucy Watson 

S Ray

Dr Samantha Coates

J Winkley

Jodie Power

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P. Pereira

Amy Reid

Delicia Tunnicliffe 

E Bicknell

L.Chinn

Liane Johnson 

Kirsty l Bowers

Carin James-Moffat

A Junaid 

Lucy Kiernan

Elizabeth Cobb-Stark

Elizabeth Cornell

Lucy Cross 

Suzanne Higham 

Naheed Akhtar 

Matthew Woodrow 

Deborah-Ann Brown

Donna Dillon

Tracey Clifford

D Clifford

Sian Jones

Ali Lane

Duncan Smith

Jenny Stokes

Sophie Christina

Charlene Yayes

A Marreakhy 

Jade Hone

Elizabeth Heads

J Bambrough 

Victoria Hill 

S Brian

Shailja

Robert Diver

J Kenny

Rachael Ireland

Mr K. Ireland

L Marin

A DE LUCA 

Charlotte Forsyth 

Dr Lesley McLarnon 

Sheryl yaxley

Gaynor M Broomfield 

M.O’Connor

Emma Holding

Beverley Goucher 

Sarah Bartram

M Esposito

S Carr

Tracey deakin

Francesca Aresu 

Elizabeth Bates

Sherry zang

Mrs Elizabeth Anstey 

Richard Coates

Amanda Brooks

Mr & Mrs A Mills

Ileana Thomson

J Maer

Dr Cassandra Padbury

Ellie Lock

A Upton

Michelle A Wragg

Fred Bainbridge 

A J Davies

Maria Cospito 

Mr P Davies

Leanne Hopkins

Brendan Williams

K Illzton

Meike Fehse

S.Stojanovic

Ben King

Giuliana Rizza

Steve McCann 

Martin Bork

Claire Le Sueur 

Kate Oakes-Dennis

G Hopkins

Elaine Daly

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Caroline Hanson

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