Milngavie headteacher retires

mrs robb and provost gotts hand in
mrs robb and provost gotts hand in
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THE headteacher of Clober Primary School in Milngavie has retired after nearly 20 years at the school.

A special assembly was held for Mrs Marianne Robb so that the classes could perform their own special tributes to her.

Pupils and staff were joined by many V.I.P. guests including Provost Eric Gotts, the director of community services John Simmons and parent council and PTA members.

Mrs Robb (60) enjoyed songs from the infants and nursery children, poems and exceptional renditions of old Beatles classics from the upper school. The final act came from P7 who had asked staff for their memories and then produced a super DVD which was shown and enjoyed by all. Mrs Robb also received presents and flowers from everyone.

Provost Gotts and John Simmons had high praise for Mrs Robb and thanked her for her commitment and hard work at Clober Primary School over the years.

Mrs Robb said: “The children are the most important part of Clober Primary and their education and well-being is paramount. The outstanding HMIE report earlier in the year confirmed my own and all the staff’s commitment to the school. I’m sorry to be leaving but I’m confident that the school will continue to provide an excellent education.”

A JOB WELL DONE . . . the provost Eric Gotts congratulates Mrs Robb on her years of loyal service.

(Ref: Mc02253l)