Pupils surprise teacher who is retiring after 22 years at Friday Bridge Primary School

Senior Teacher, Melanie Hudson retired after over 22 years of teaching at the Friday Bridge Primary

Senior Teacher, Melanie Hudson retired after over 22 years of teaching at the Friday Bridge Primary School. Melanie was presented with the EQualities Award by Bethan Rees of the Cambridgeshire Race Equality & Diversity Service, and presents from the pupils. - Credit: Archant

A TEACHER has been presented with cards and gifts from her pupils after being at a school for more than two decades.

Senior Teacher, Melanie Hudson retired after over 22 years of teaching at the Friday Bridge Primary

Senior Teacher, Melanie Hudson retired after over 22 years of teaching at the Friday Bridge Primary School. Melanie was presented with the EQualities Award by Bethan Rees of the Cambridgeshire Race Equality & Diversity Service, Left: Bethan Rees and Melanie Hudson. - Credit: Archant

Senior teacher Melanie Hudson is retiring after 22 years working at Friday Bridge primary school.

As well as receiving her leaving presents Ms Hudson was also presented with an award to celebrate outstanding work carried out in the school through her role as inclusion co-ordinator.

She was presented with the Equalities Award by a member of the Cambridgeshire Race Equality and Diversity Service.

The award is part of a national scheme and follows months of hard work by Ms Hudson who has demonstrated a total commitment to equality.


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