Keyworkers who have gone above and beyond during the Covid-19 pandemic are true heroes, but our youngest members of society deserve some credit too.

With lockdown forcing schools to be closed, children have had to adapt to new ways of learning by being taught from home.

As well as this, children have had to think outside the box to find fun things to do whilst being stuck inside four walls.

But some children in Bracknell have taken inspiration from the pandemics biggest heroes, including emergency workers and the likes of Sir Captain Tom Moore.

One example is four-year-old Oliver who decided to use his own pocket money to buy paramedics a box of chocolates to say thank you for their hard work.

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His mum Teigh Mitchelson said: "He wanted to give them the card because they are always helping people, he always sees the ambulances out on blue lights and always says to me that they are going to help people with coronavirus.

"Lockdown has been hard with no school but he’s coped very well if I’m honest. He wants to be a paramedic when he grows up."

Oliver and his mum took a trip down to Bracknell Ambulance Station to personally thank the staff for their efforts in saving lives during Covid-19.

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After bearing the gifts and homemade card, staff showed Oliver around the ambulances making his dreams to becoming a paramedic one step closer.

If this doesn't warm your heart enough, four-year-old Cohen Butt is raising money in memory of Sir Captain Tom Moore.

The boy from Bracknell has already cycled more than 50 miles and has raised £759 but like many kids, lockdown hasn't been easy for him.

His mum Samira explained: "Lockdown has been hard for all of us. Cohen is especially missing his teachers and friends from school and can't wait to go back when it reopens. He keeps himself occupied each day by riding his bike. He is absolutely bike mad, and I'm incredibly proud of him for what he is doing.

"Cohen remembers him being on the TV walking and how much money he raised for the NHS. He has been an inspiration as he has shown no matter what age you are, you can do anything if you put your mind to it, and with the amount of money sir Tom raised for the NHS who help and Inspire so many people, now more than ever, Cohen wanted to to give something back which is why he has chosen the captain Tom Foundation."

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