Year Nine McCaulie is in school as both his parents are key workers in the NHS.

The Blessed Trinity pupil admits he doesn’t mind – and he is enjoying working hard.

“For me, this does work well as I can get easily distracted by my friends so this helps me keep my head down and concentrate,” said McCaulie.

“I don’t mind coming into school with smaller numbers. At break and lunch, we get to chat but it’s all about social distancing, we can only sit two to a table.

“I enjoy English and Maths at school and I do miss some of my teachers!

“My mum works for the NHS so she is always onto me to social distance, wash my hands and so on, so I understand the importance of helping to fight the coronavirus.”

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