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10:00am Sunday 29th Jul 2012 in News
By Craig Jones
Joyce Jones, seated, with pupils and headteacher Louise Sellars during Regis Primary Photo: Trevor Porter (40786)
A clinging training partner during Corsham Regis Primary School pronounced an romantic farewell to pupils, relatives and staff after 22 years of constant service.
As a educational year during a propagandize in King’s Avenue drew to a close, Joyce Jones, 62, motionless a time was right to retire.
Mrs Jones, who started there in 1990, was a training partner with a FS2 accepting class, looking after children aged 4 and five.
The propagandize hold an public final Wednesday to contend goodbye to Mrs Jones and pupils gave her chocolates and flowers.
The subsequent day she had a tea celebration with staff who presented a cake.
Mrs Jones, who lives with father Alan, 65, in Corsham, said: “This preference took me a integrate of months to make, as we could have left on a few some-more years. But my father late in Apr and it
only seemed an suitable time. It was unequivocally romantic during a assembly. I’ve unequivocally desired my time with a school. There’s been some good pupils. I’ve finished some smashing holds with parents
and a staff are all illusory here.”
Mother-of-two Mrs Jones, who started as a proffer during a school, also distinguished her 40th marriage anniversary on Sunday.
She skeleton to spend her retirement with her family, that includes sons Steven, 31, and Andrew, 28. She will also be going on holiday to Malta with her father after in a summer.
Headteacher Louisa Sellars said: “Joyce has finished good work with a immature children for many years, removing them used to propagandize life and environment a foundations for years to come.
“She has been a genuine stone here and we don’t consider it will be until Sep when her deficiency will unequivocally strike us. Every day she gives 150 per cent, with a grin on her face. She will be hugely
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