B Cador: March 2017
At school we have the motto We all matter. It is wonderful that our motto is lived out daily in the special way we care for each other at Wrenbury. We are delighted that one of our members of staff has received an 'oscar' for the way she makes sure that all who would like a hot dinner are also awarded the same thought and care that we offer across the school day regardless of dietary need.
Warm and sincere congratulations go to Sharon (Warner) our school cook, who was nominated for the Cheshire East Catering Customer Care award along with many other nominees before being shortlisted to the last four for the award. On Friday night, Sharon attended the Cheshire East Catering award ceremony and picked up the category prize. Wow!
Today, in school, the children joined the staff and I in giving her a well deserved round of applause!
Thank you, Sharon.
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