School secretary Jenny says farewell

PUBLISHED: 10:05 21 October 2008 | UPDATED: 15:53 11 May 2010

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JENNY Hawes said goodbye to Icknield Walk School in Royston after 16 years as school secretary. Past members of staff came together with the school s current staff and pupils for a special assembly to wish Mrs Hawes a happy retirement. A spokesman for Ick

JENNY Hawes said goodbye to Icknield Walk School in Royston after 16 years as school secretary.

Past members of staff came together with the school's current staff and pupils for a special assembly to wish Mrs Hawes a happy retirement.

A spokesman for Icknield Walk School said: "Mrs Hawes will be much missed.

"She has prided herself on knowing all the pupils' names and family circumstances, and she has been praised for her efficient financial and secretarial skills.

"The whole school wished her all the best in a well-deserved retirement, which will start with a six-week holiday to New Zealand.

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