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Retirement of Mrs Linda Baker, Teacher of English

Long serving member of staff to retire
17 Jul 2015
Staff News
Mrs Linda Baker
Mrs Linda Baker
Mrs Linda Baker will retire from full-time teaching at the end of this academic year after 26 years at Windsor High School and Sixth Form.
Over the course of her career with Windsor Mrs Baker has taken on many different roles: from SENCo to Transition Co-ordinator to Head of Year and subsequently Head of House.  She has enjoyed being Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme Co-ordinator and has also taken students out on various adventure days during the yearly Activities Week.
At the end of term staff meeting, Mr Sorrell, Executive Headteacher, thanked Mrs Baker for all her hardwork and commitment over the years and regaled stories from the past.
Mrs Baker said she was looking forward to spending time with her husband (on long weekends in the newly ordered campervan) and to returning to Windsor in September to work on a part-time basis.
Were you taught by Mrs Baker or did you take part in one of the many activities/trips she organised?  Share your memories by emailing our Alumni Administrator.

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