Long Service Award for Mrs Sanderson
The children and staff from Stanley Common C of E Primary School were honoured to present Mrs Sanderson with her Long Service Award, celebrating 25 years of continuous service with Derbyshire County Council. Following their VE Day Street Party, the school council presented Mrs Sanderson with her certificate, flowers and a voucher.
Mrs Sanderson began working for Derbyshire County Council in 1995 as a relief school crossing patrol. From January 1998, she began working at Stanley Common C of E Primary School as a lunchtime supervisor and later was employed as an education welfare officer. She has continued to work in various roles as an educational welfare officer or teaching assistant up to the present.
A lady of many talents, Mrs Sanderson stood in as the school’s caretaker in 2005! She has also worked for Morley Primary School, running their breakfast and afterschool clubs and in 2017 she was employed by Stanley Common C of E Primary School to set up and lead their breakfast and afterschool wrap-around care.
Mrs Sanderson is currently a highly valued member the Stanley Common school community. She works as a Teaching Assistant in Year 5/6 as well as a midday supervisor and play leader. Mrs Sanderson also continues to ensure the children have a safe and enjoyable time at the Adventurers Club – the wrap-around care for Stanley Common C of E Primary School.
The whole community is extremely proud of Mrs Sanderson. She has dedicated 25 years to enriching the lives of the children of Stanley Common and Derbyshire and the number of children that she has nurtured and inspired is in the hundreds, if not thousands. What an amazing person – well done, and thank you!

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