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Noss children wish pupil support assistant a happy retirement


By Alan Hendry

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Anne Coghill (centre, left) with depute head teacher Carole Begg (left), head teacher Edith Coghill (centre, right), class teacher Sandra Inrig (right) and some of the children from the P7R class at Noss.
Anne Coghill (centre, left) with depute head teacher Carole Begg (left), head teacher Edith Coghill (centre, right), class teacher Sandra Inrig (right) and some of the children from the P7R class at Noss.

Noss primary children said "happy retirement" to one of their pupil support assistants when Anne Coghill finished her last working day in the school.

Mrs Coghill worked in Wick North Primary School for many years before joining the team at Noss when the school opened in April 2016.

She will be missed by staff and pupils and will be remembered for her kindness, positivity and "can-do" attitude.



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