Keep Mrs Maindonald as headteacher to first tower school
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Mrs Sugden use to be the headteacher of First tower school. She decided to take on a different role within Education and with this, Mrs Debbie Maindonald took on the role of headteacher.
This year everyone has noticed a difference in both the staff and the children at First Tower. This is down to the hard work and dedication from Debbie. She has helped, supported and encouraged the staff, children and parents this year. She deserves the position.
She is a true credit to the school and the children. You can see the respect the children and the staff have for her and she is approachable in every way and has helped many children with their various battles.
it is so important to us parents that our children are happy.
We were all saddened to hear that Debbie wasn't successful in her application after she stepped up and took on the role in the absence of the Mrs Sugden. She has worked tirelessly for the children within the school and so many of the parents had noticed a huge difference In their behaviour and committment to their work.
We as parents feel it is vital that the children has consistency, stability and happiness in their school life and Debbie provided this to them. Throwing in a new head teacher who doesn’t know the pupils, staff or the school is only going to upset the balance.
If plat douet school can have the deputy head take on the new role of headteacher, then why can’t Debbie have the same when it’s very clear that she is the right woman for the job and has done an amazing job so far!
As the saying goes, if it’s not broken, don’t fix it!
We are all sure that Mrs Linton will be better placed at another school that actually needs a new leader. Debbie is ours, so leave her where she is to continue doing the amazing work she is already doing on a day to day basis!
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