Long Serving Staff Recognised

August 31, 2016 at 11:41 AM

A special morning tea was held this morning to recognise three faithful servants of the Saint Kentigern community who between them have amassed 65 years of service. 

Longest serving, Mrs Alison Watt has been part of the administration team for 25 years. Mrs Watt began her tenure at the Boys’ School in 1991 as a clerical assistant, moving to the College four years later as the receptionist. Not long after, she joined the accounts team where she has witnessed many changes over the years as they moved from pen and paper calculations to sophisticated software. 

Mr Paul Venter and Mr Mark Robinson have both been on the teaching staff for the last 20 years. As a teacher of Economics and Commercial Studies, Mr Venter has also been a popular Head of House for 11 years, swapping allegiance from Wishart to Hamilton. 

Mr Robinson began his 20 years as a Technology and Graphics teacher before taking on Christian Education. In more recent years, he has been the Service Co-ordinator, organising the many and varied opportunities for our students to offer service in the community. Mr Robinson was also a Head of House for six years and a Duty Master at Bruce House for five years. 

Chairman of the Trust Board, Dr Bruce Goodfellow thanked all three sincerely for their significant contribution to life at Saint Kentigern.

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