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Sherry Husselbury retires

One of our year 13s, Nadia writes on the positive impact Mrs Husselbury has had on students and the school and how much she will be missed
Sherry Husselbury - retires
Sherry Husselbury - retires

After 21 years of support, commitment, and love for SWPS, our incredible Mrs Husselbury sadly retired at the end of last term. Having an active role in so many different aspects of SWPS, both co-curricular and academic, she most certainly has had a huge impact on our school. On a more personal level, she has been an important support figure for many, something we could not possibly be more grateful for as she’s always put us before herself and made massive differences in so many people’s lives- both staff and students alike. Being a member of both the biology department and the eco team, she has made valuable contributions through which her legacy at SWPS will continue. She never halted in her mission to make impact on SWPS- being part of the team creating the first eco garden in 2006 and monitoring the Bellamy Elm tree herself in 1982, attempting to make not just SWPS, but the world a better place. She, of course, was also part of the Senior Leadership Team, and one of the figureheads in advocating for positive change in our school. She has always gone out of her way to make SWPS the best place it can be for everyone involved, and she will never be forgotten for it. Her memory will endure through her actions and how she’s inspired people in so many different ways, and on behalf of everyone in the school we wish her all the best for the future, and we thank her from the bottom of our hearts for all that she’s done for us- she will be hugely missed. 

Nadia I

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