Great Yarmouth teaching assistant Linda Reynolds is given a fond farewell on her retirement
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Pupils and staff at St Nicholas Priory Primary School in Great Yarmouth have bid farewell to a popular teaching assistant who is leaving after 25 years.
Linda Reynolds is retiring at the end of term after 25 years of working at the school.
Staff held a surprise retirement party for her at the Kensington Hotel and presented her with gifts of flowers and travel vouchers.
Pupils created thank you posters of their memories of her.
Speeches were given by current headteacher and acting deputy headteacher Maria Grimmer and James Little respectively and former headteacher Mark Adams.
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She was praised for her tireless dedication and commitment to all the pupils she has worked with over the years and to school life in general.
A statement from the primary school said: 'Staff, governors and pupils will miss Linda very much but wish her all the very best for her retirement.'
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