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A Few Kind Words

A FEW KIND WORDS

Saddleworth School is a busy and thriving school. Staff work incredibly hard and give an enormous amount of their time to ensure the best possible outcomes for our students. It is always nice when this is recognised by others and we receive a note of thanks into school.


GOOD LUCK


I am pleased to inform you that Tracey Auchterloine has been nominated by Tracy Haslop for this year’s TOP Awards under the category Employee of the Year.

She has been nominated for providing an excellent service to the school. Tracey provides the support and peace of mind that every parent needs whilst their child is in the school’s care. She is fair but firm, and understands the children’s behaviour and motives. Tracy can’t thank Tracey enough for the excellent support of her own child whilst adjusting to his first year at high school.

I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you on your nomination and to thank you for living and displaying our values.
— Caroline Sutton - Director of Education and Early Years

thank you


This is to express my profound gratitude and appreciation to the entire staff and management of Saddleworth School for your absolute support to see my son Samuel Sodiya successful in the final year GCSE Exam despite his short stay.

I wish you all continued success in all your endeavour.
— Samson Sodiya, father of Samuel Y11

I would like this chance to say well done and thank you on the raising achievement in boys meeting!
Very well put and even Coby came home and said you are very inspirational.
— Miss Sutton, mother of Coby McNeill Y7

I wanted to let you know how much my daughter enjoyed her work experience on Monday.

It opened her eyes to how hard the staff behind the scenes have to work to keep the wheels of a big secondary school moving especially in the run down warren of a building that you have.

She was tired out where as I think she had thought it would be an easy day, brewing up for people, so as a work experience it was very successful.

All the adults she came into contact with ensured that it was a positive experience and has opened her eyes to the wider work of the school. I would appreciate it if you could pass our thanks onto all concerned.
— Diane Demsteader, mother of Melissa Demsteader Yr 8