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A Fond Farewell from Langold Dyscarr Community School!

A Fond Farewell from Langold Dyscarr Community School!

The whole school and governors, gathered to wish our 4 members of staff who were leaving us, Mrs Bellingham, Mrs Fearnley, Miss Marsh and Miss Napper, all the very best in the new stages of their life and careers.

The children paid their tributes in lots of different ways : with art work, reciting poems, singing, acting out little sketches and sharing personal memories of each of the staff.

Mrs Bellingham worked at LDCS  for almost 10 years, during which time she was never satisfied with anything but the best for the school in all the areas in which she worked. Enjoy your rest - we wish you well with whatever you decide to do in the future!

Mrs Fearnley, who kept Year 6 on task, encouraging and driving them to achieve their best in all areas of school life, was treated to a musical tribute from the children. In recognition of her many excellent Year 6 musical productions, children from each year group chose to perform one song from each show. Thank you for the music and good luck with your next endeavours!

Miss Marsh, “...that funny teacher - everyone wants to be in Miss Marsh’s class”, has left us with many special and funny memories. The children shared their ‘special moments with Miss Marsh’. Their tributes reflected her many qualities, including her unique delivery of the French language! Bonne chance, Mademoiselle Marsh!

Miss Napper not only moved onto a new teaching post, but also got married on the first day of the  summer holiday. Congratulations! Miss Napper was treated to a rendition from the choir of I’m getting married in the morning! Miss Napper’s caring, nurturing nature and dedicated teaching was reflected in the children’s memories of her.

We wish all of you the very best - you will always be part of the Langold Dyscarr Community School family!