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The school has been a part of my life, it feels odd to be leaving.

“I’m currently involved in planning things here and I won’t be here to see them completed.” He added, tongue-in-cheek: “I suppose it is time I left school and get a job.” French and German teacher Keren Davies (pictured below), has also had her fair share of time at the school, having taught at the school for 31 years, since 1986.