Wednesday, 29th November 2017
STAFF at an outstanding primary academy have been hailed shining stars
STAFF at an outstanding primary academy have been hailed shining stars after being recognised for their invaluable contribution to school life.
Non-teaching staff at
Local organiser for UNISON
“Sometimes the work they do can go unrecognised so we are delighted that the school leaders here at
Head of School Audrey Brahimi said: “Our support staff really do help with the smooth running of our school and are a huge support for our teaching staff.
“We are extremely lucky to have at least one support staff member in each class and the list of jobs they do is endless.”
Support staff were served coffee and cakes by assistant head Sharon Stephenson, head boy and girl Elliott Robson and Ava Wright, deputy head boy and girl Gary-Lee Barker and Elizabeth Keay-Bolton and school council members Thomas Callaghan and Madeleine Thompson.
Housekeeper Margaret Foster, who has worked at the academy for over 12 years, said: “I have had a bit of a tough year and the school has been wonderful. I’ve felt really looked after and supported – it’s a great place to work.”
One to one classroom assistant Becky Elsden added: “I’ve just returned to
“Having a celebration event for support staff is brilliant and it really makes you feel valued as a member of staff.”