Zane Powles on schools reopening: “The best place for our children is in school, certainly our more vulnerable ones”

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Zane Powles, an Assistant Head Teacher in Grimsby, talks to Kate Thornton about delivering food on foot to 84 pupils who qualify for free school meals. To date, Zane has walked over 300 miles and carried 2.5 tonnes of food to underprivileged children, while also checking up on the mental health and safety of both his pupils and their parents. With schools due to reopen on 1st June, he discusses the new challenges that we should be ready for.

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