Year 6 pupils from Welwyn Hatfield prepare for the next step during lockdown
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With the start of term fast approaching, Year 6 pupils who finished primary school in lockdown have said their final farewells before moving on to secondary school.
Kenan Catchpole-Mateu, who attended St Michael’s Woolmer Green School, said: “I would like to thank my teachers and TAs since reception to Year 6, my head Mrs Martin and my previous head Mr Mallon.
“Reverend Dominic and all the staff for making my primary school experience so exciting and memorable.
Macy Hoad left Peartree Primary School in WGC on July 17. Her mum Hannah said: “Thank you Peartree for making their last day as special as possible. Due to COVID we couldn’t make a leavers hoodie so thanks to a friend I had my own made.”
Leah Tighe, who was head girl at Countess Anne School in Hatfield, said goodbye to teachers Mrs Bryne, Mrs Potts, Mrs Lawlar, and “inspirational, caring” headmaster Mr Lodge.
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