Royal Family share a touching tribute to the nation's teachers

‘A big thank you to everyone helping the UK’s children’: The Queen shares a touching tribute to the nation’s teachers and support workers for their work amid the ongoing pandemic

  • Royal Family praised the UK’s teachers and support workers in a touching tribute
  • Posting on their Instagram story, they shared snaps using #ThankfulThursday
  • Centre opened by Countess of Wessex is looking after kids during Easter break
  • Another photo, shows learning packs made for students of a primary school

The British Royal Family have paid a tribute to the nation’s teachers, volunteers and support workers who have continued to work amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Today, the Queen’s social media account shared snaps of the UK’s children taking part in past engagements and projects on their Instagram story.

The account, which has over 7 million followers, has been used to send messages of encouragement and to highlight the work of those on the frontline, since covid-19 began changing everyday life.

Schools across the UK have closed as part of Boris Johnson’s lockdown regime, however many have remained open to key workers and have provided supplies for children who are continuing to learn from home.

The British Royal Family paid a tribute to the nation’s teachers, volunteers and social workers on their Instagram story. Pictured: The Queen and Prince Philip visit to a primary school, 2017

One photo shows the Countess of Wessex, during a visit to Portesbury school who have volunteered to look after children during the Easter holidays. Pictured: Sophie Wessex opening the severe learning disabilities centre, 2017

The Royal Family began their tribute with a photo of the Queen, 93, and Prince Philip, 98, believed to have been taken during their visit to Mayflower Primary School in East London in 2017.

The snap was captioned: ‘Thanking all teachers, childcare, SEN support and social workers who are helping to look after the UK’s [kids emojis] #thankfulThursday’

Elsewhere, the royals posted a photograph of school children who once lined the streets waving Union Jack flags.  

A photo of the Countess of Wessex, praised the staff at Portesbery school who’ve volunteered to look after students throughout the Easter holidays.

Sophie Wessex opened the facility’s severe learning disabilities centre in 2017, having toured the school and taken part in a sign language assembly. 

Before she left the premises, an eight-year-old member of the school council presented her with a posy.

The Royal Family have used their social media accounts to share encouragement amid the ongoing pandemic. Pictured: School children wave Union Jack flags

Among other projects that the Royal Family highlighted on their Instagram story, was efforts from New Battle High School to make protective face masks for the NHS.

The school based in Scotland have been using 3D printers to create the much needed items.

A photo taken of the learning packs at Drumachose Primary school in Northern Ireland, reveals the hard work teachers have had to put in to support children’s learning remotely. 

The touching social media tribute from the royal family, comes just days after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down from their duties.

It is feared the ongoing pandemic could derail their plans for an announcement in April to reveal the direction that their work will take. 

New Battle High School in Scotland, were praised by the Royal Family for creating face shields (pictured) for the NHS using 3D printers

The staff at Drumachose Primary school in Northern Ireland, were praised for making learning packs (pictured) for children

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