Friday Bridge school near Wisbech says thank you and good bye to its popular head Jayne Williams
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A 36 year teaching career has come to an end as Jayne Williams retires from the headship at Friday Bridge Primary School.
“Making the decision to retire was easy; I always knew that leaving Friday Bridge wouldn’t be as it is such a great place to work … and learn,” she said.
She has been head of the village school since January 1998.
“Positive relationships permeate our school; the caring and friendly atmosphere is self-evident,” she said.
“All members of the school community are valued and supported; they treat each other with dignity and respect.
“Staff and governors are proud of their achievements; they believe in what they’re doing and show a strong commitment to moving the school forward.”
She said she had been overwhelmed by the good wishes, kind words, cards and gifts she has received.
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During the last week of term, the school held a fun-filled assembly and presented her with flowers, vintage champagne, a photo book of memories and a gift token.