Blaenavon training partner wins tip accolade
11:42am Wednesday 27th Jun 2012 in News
A BLAENAVON training partner has won a tip endowment in this year’s Pearson Teaching Awards.
Yasmin Gedney, who is a training partner during Blaenavon Heritage Community School, won a endowment for Teaching Assistant of a Year.
Ms Gedney will now join a other winning teachers from opposite a UK during a rite that will be televised this autumn.
Ms Gedney was given a winning pretension after impressing a judges with her professionalism and good caring for a pupils treating any one as an particular educationally, privately and socially.
Ms Gedney, who has worked during a propagandize for 22 years, was nominated for a endowment by one of a relatives Nicola Matthews and her daughter Seren.
She said: “I feel celebrated and gay to have perceived this prestigious award. I’ve been absolved to have worked in such a rewarding contention and am totally impressed that Mrs Matthews and
Seren have nominated me.
“I positively adore my pursuit and we do it since we adore a children.”