October 12th, 2021.

Annecy Catholic Primary School release:

Annecy Catholic Primary School in Seaford is gearing up for a big celebration having been informed that three of its staff are winners in the upcoming Sussex Teacher of the Year Awards.

Headteacher Paul Gallagher, Reception class teacher Frankie Chappell and School secretary Chris Baillie have all been selected as winners in this year’s awards, which recognise the contribution teaching, support staff and volunteers make to a successful school.

Annecy Catholic Primary School is part of the BOSCO Catholic Education Trust, a group of schools in the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton who have come together to work collaboratively for the benefit of all children in the Catholic schools of Sussex.

“We are all thrilled to have been told we are award winners,” says Headteacher Paul Gallagher. “It is great to have members of my team recognised for their hard work during a very challenging period of time and for their efforts in ensuring the children at Annecy are well looked after academically and pastorally. We are looking forward to finding out which awards we have won.”

Award categories include primary, secondary, newly qualified teacher, non teaching member of staff, including midday supervisors and caretakers, and a volunteer award, which includes members of the PTA and governors.

Annecy’s three winners will find out on the night of the Award’s ceremony, to be held Saturday 6th November at the Jury’s Inn Hotel in Brighton, which of the categories they have each won.

The Sussex Teacher of the Year Awards are organised by Inspire Schools and KM Charity Team, with proceeds raised from fundraising at the ceremony going to literacy and road safety projects in the region.
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