A West Lothian head instructor who was awarded an OBE due to her onerous work and dedication is on the brink of calm down after retiring.
Knightsridge Primary School stated a fond and heartfelt farewell on April 1 to their beloved and highly-respected head instructor, Mrs Allison Kennedy.
Mrs Kennedy has labored as the top in Knightsridge Primary School and Early Years Centre for 9 years and has had a huge effect on the lives on many youngsters, dad and mom and lecturers.
During these years Mrs Kennedy has led the varsity passionately by instilling in all the youngsters aspirations to stay out their college imaginative and prescient and values to “be the best they can be”, to be form, to persevere as a way to succeed.
She, and her employees and youngsters, have loved many successes over time together with profitable many awards for his or her relentless, strong strategy to elevating attainment for all, particularly in literacy.
A spokesperson for the varsity stated: “In 2019, the varsity gained the National Literacy Award for his or her onerous work and dedication to elevating requirements in studying and writing. Knightsridge Primary School had been additionally the primary college in West Lothian to be awarded the Scottish Book Trust Reading Accreditation award at Gold customary.
“More recently, Mrs Kennedy’s assiduous approach, hard work and commitment was recognised as she was awarded an OBE for her services to education.
“We were all very proud of her!
“The children have been at the heart of all of Mrs Kennedy’s work and she has demonstrated her passion and love for the children in her care by going above and beyond on many occasions.
“The staff, parents and pupils of Knightsridge Primary School and Early Years Centre, want to wish Mrs Kennedy a very happy and peaceful retirement. She leaves a little piece of herself in our hearts and has our love and gratitude for making the school the wonderful learning community that it is today.”
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