Two teachers from Kidgate Primary Academy in Louth have marked the end of an era in school life as both Chris Wood and Judith Kinnaird have retired
after 23 years and 18
Chris Wood joined the Kidgate team in 1992 and
has made a difference to
the lives of hundreds of children that have passed through the school corridors over the years.
As well as her exceptional achievements as a teacher, the contribution Chris
has made to music at Kidgate has been expressed as ‘astounding’ and she
will be very missed by all.
Judith Kinnaird joined Kidgate a few years after Chris in 1997.
The impact Judith has had on the education and wellbeing of all the children so has come into contact with throughout her
career at the school has
Mrs Kinnaird’s hard work was instrumental in
helping the school to
achieve the Healthy
Schools Award and she
will very dearly missed
by all at the school, particularly by the school council which she has
led for many years.
Also she will be missed
for her cheerful and friendly disposition.
An open day was held recently at the school
and it also gave past and present pupils of the two teachers to return to
school to wish them well
and reminisce over old school memories.
Pictured are pupils and teachers wishing these two popular school figures well.