Dear Parents, Guardians and Pupils,
It is with sadness I write to tell you that I have submitted my resignation to the Board of Management of Ennis Educate Together, effective in June, to take up a position in my home county of Cork.
It has been an absolute privilege to work at Ennis ETNS for the past 2 years, and to have the chance to get to know the wonderful community of the school. In that time we have achieved a lot, from our new accommodation, to opening our Autism Classes and our Nurture Class, and to a wonderful report from the Inspectorate on the progress of the school. None of this would have been possible without the support of our parents, community and our fantastic pupils.
In particular, I would like to thank the wonderful staff at Ennis ETNS, for their incredible hard work, dedication and support over the last two years. They are an absolute credit to the school and to Educate Together, and I look forward to seeing what they drive the school on to achieve in the coming years. The quality of teaching, support, care and love for the pupils is second to none, and I am delighted that I had the opportunity to work with them and learn from them.
I would also like to thank the Board of Management for their unending support and the countless volunteer hours they put in. I would in particular like to thank our Chairperson, Ann Norton, for the extraordinary work she has done in the past few years and the personal support she has offered me.
I have been very lucky to have had the chance to work and learn at Ennis ETNS, something that will stand to me for the rest of my career. I would have been very happy to stay at Ennis ETNS for longer, but moving closer to family was an opportunity we couldn’t pass up. I’m very sorry that I won’t be able to say these goodbyes in person, in the current situation, but will certainly be back to visit in the future once possible.
I look forward to following the progress, growth and achievements of Ennis ETNS and it’s pupils in the coming years.
Thank you all,