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Club supports the ZERO Days: Back to School education programme

Mon 08 March 2021, 10:00|Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur is proud to support the ZERO Days: Back to School education programme, in partnership with INEOS Hygienics.

Developed by education charity the 1851 Trust, the programme aims to help the safe return of students to schools across the UK this month.

INEOS Hygienics is the Official Hygiene Supplier to the Club and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The global healthcare brand provides hospital grade sanitiser to the Club’s players, staff and fans in order to maintain good hygiene and reduce the spread of viruses and bacteria.

Club supports the ZERO Days: Back to School education programme

● ZERO Days: Back to School is an education programme developed by the 1851 Trust, supported by INEOS Hygienics, to aid the safe return of students to schools across the UK.
● INEOS Hygienics, the global healthcare brand, is the Club’s official hand sanitiser supplier.
● Developed by hygiene and education experts, the programme provides free resources to schools on how to reduce the spread of viruses and bacteria.
● The Tottenham Hotspur Foundation will be distributing the programme to local schools across north London.

The ZERO Days: Back to School programme originally launched last September as students prepared to return to school for the first time in six months. The programme was developed by hygiene, education and behavioural change experts who have years of health and hygiene experience within elite sport.

The programme features a range of free curriculum-based resources for schools that aims to reduce the transmission of viruses and bacteria.

With the COVID-19 vaccine now being rolled out across the country, the programme also focuses on educating students on how vaccines and immunology work.

The Tottenham Hotspur Foundation will be supporting the education programme by distributing the resource packs to local schools in north London.

Sarah Ebanja, Tottenham Hotspur Foundation Chief Executive, said: “We are proud to support the ZERO Days: Back to School programme. Local schools across north London will have access to excellent resources, helping students return safely back to school while reinforcing positive behaviour among students to prevent the spread of viruses and bacteria.”