Oakham School's Design and Technology department latest to help in fight against coronavirus by making face shields for NHS workers
Oakham School's Design and Technology department is busy supporting the NHS in their fight against Covid-19 by making face shields for frontline staff.
Yesterday we reported that Stamford Endowed Schools had made shields for staff at Peterborough City Hospital and now Oakham School is using the knowledge shared by Stamford School to make its own masks.
Tim Weston, head of DT at Oakham School, was busy over the weekend setting up the school’s 3D printers to make face shields.
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