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Long-serving St Anthony's principal moves on

Last updated 14:44 12/12/2012
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Goodbye: Raewyn Watson, front, bids farewell to the teachers and pupils at St Anthony's.

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St Anthony's School in Seatoun farewells its long serving principal at the end of the year.

After 19 years of leadership, Raewyn Watson leave the school to take up  new challenge as the principal at Hougton Valley School.

Ms Watson's colleagues say  during her time at St Anthony's she has made a huge
contribution to turning the school's children into respectful pupils who excel at learning.

The teachers, children and families will miss her very much and wish her all the best

St Anthony's welcomes Steve Douglas as Acting Principal.

Photo: Brooke Nicholson/inphotography.

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