Oaks Park High have been recognised for their fantastic efforts to ensure students are fed during the outbreak.

Staff at Oaks Park High, have been delivering care parcels and food packages to their students most in need during this difficult time.

Initially, the packages were made out of donated items by staff, however, parents and Sutton based businesses have also got involved.

Care packages have included a variety of items such as; bread, tinned foods, cereals, fruits, vegetables and much more.

A spokesperson for Oaks Park High said: “We are incredibly grateful for the support, which has enabled us to deliver almost 100 food parcels so far and demonstrates how kind, generous and compassionate the whole Oaks Park High Community is.

“We would like to thank Sainsbury’s, Londis, Costcutter, Morrisons, Carshalton’s Stennings Bakery and AFC Walcountonians for their generous donations.

“Also to Suttons Schools Police for helping to distribute them safely.

“Even ex-students got involved with a former student and now professional footballer bringing food gifts to the school.

“This really is a whole-community project at its best.”

The school which recently won the international David Shepherd Global Canvas art competition, plans to continue food and care packages to students over the coming weeks.