Young people at Parkside Community Primary School in Borehamwood are helping to encourage residents to have their Covid vaccination.
The talented young artists in Ash and Cedar classes in year 5 created eye-catching posters to help spread the message of the importance of getting the Covid vaccination.
Five designs have been selected to help promote the message.
- Poster 1: Be Vaccinated, Be Brilliant by Luke, aged 10
- Poster 2: Be the hero you are by Summer, aged 10
- Poster 3: The Butterfly by T’Leyah, aged 10
- Poster 4: Covid 19 NHS by Elias, aged 10
- Poster 5: We need your help by Varyla, aged 10
Councillor Meenal Sachdev, Portfolio Holder for Community, Health, Leisure and Culture, said: “I would like to thank all the pupils in Ash and Cedar class for their designs and for helping to spread the message to our residents about the importance of having the Covid vaccination.
“Their posters will be used within our e-newsletters and as part of our promotion work around the vaccination and general coronavirus messages.”
The posters were organised by our Community Engagement Officer for the Cowley Hill area of Borehamwood, who is working with the local community to promote Covid vaccinations and establishing a Cowley Hill Community Forum to keep residents in touch with information, events and help.
To book your vaccination and find out more about coronavirus symptoms, testing and isolating please visit www.nhs.uk/coronavirus
To find out more about what help and support is available in Hertsmere visit www.hertsmere.gov.uk/coronavirus
Posted on Wednesday 23rd June 2021