Grenfell Tower fire: cladding was banned on UK high-rises, says Hammond – live updates – The Guardian

School is one area of children’s lives which can provide them with care and stability. It is essential that children continue to attend their own school, with teachers and other staff who know them and can support them, and their families. We know that those who work in education are rising to this challenge. They will need the full support of those around them.

All schools which have on their roll children from Grenfell Tower, and the area around it, must be provided with counsellors and other necessary resources.

The government and the local authority must ensure that provision is in place throughout the summer months, and in the years ahead.

The residents of Grenfell Tower feel that they have been failed by a system that should have protected them. We now have a chance to show them a different face of government – one that takes responsibility for their care and support when they are most vulnerable.”

Grenfell Tower fire: cladding was banned on UK high-rises, says Hammond – live updates – The Guardian

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