TRIBUTES were paid to a long-serving teacher at Kingsley School in Leamington.
Assistant headteacher Rebecca Dyson – whose school-life began as a history teacher – is leaving after 36 years of service.
Ms Dyson was honoured in a surprise assembly, which began with a presentation on ‘Wonder Woman’ and other female role models, including the dedicated teacher.
She was presented with a book full of messages from staff and pupils, and a handmade patchwork quilt made up of items from the school’s history.
Headteacher Heather Owens said: “Ms Dyson is a beloved member of staff who has inspired so many. She has a real passion for education and for Kingsley – there is little that she does not know about the school and its history. She is hitting the road in her famous camper van and we wish her the very best for her journey onwards.”