Spalding High School administrator wins Support Staff Award

Ann Tilbury proudly holds up her Support Staff Award. Also pictured are runners-up Rachel reid and the EAL Department from Spalding's Sir John Gleed School. Photo (TIM WILSON): SG121115-235TW
Ann Tilbury proudly holds up her Support Staff Award. Also pictured are runners-up Rachel reid and the EAL Department from Spalding's Sir John Gleed School. Photo (TIM WILSON): SG121115-235TW

Winning the Support Staff Award was “the high spot” of more than 22 years in the science department at Spalding High School for administrator Ann Tilbury.

Ann said: “This is such a surprise. I usually prefer to be in the background. But I’m accepting this on behalf of all of the other technicians, who do a fantastic job. Spalding High School had been a lovely place to work and tonight is definitely the high spot of my career so far.”

Her award was presented by Lincolnshire Free Press editor Jeremy Ransome, on behalf of Suzanne Smith, HR Director of category sponsors Coveris. Judges were impressed with how Ann carried out her work “to the highest standards”.

Other finalists were the EAL (English as an Additional Language) Department at Sir John Gleed School for supporting and welcoming foreign students and Rachel Reid, of The Willoughby School, for putting students’ needs a priority in work experience placements.

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