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TEACHING assistant Christine Feasey (right) has retired after more than 30 years involvement with Stoke Goldington CE First School in Buckinghamshire.

Christine first joined the Friends committee of the school when her son became a pupil in the 1980s.

Shortly after that she was taken on as a lunchtime supervisor for three days a week and later took on a role helping children with special needs.

She retired from her current role as a Teaching Assistant as the Door was going to press.

"It's an outstanding school, it's first class," said Christine.

I've enjoyed the flexibility and friendliness of working here.

There have been many highlights.

The children here are happy and a happy child will learn. " Christine, who has three sons and one grandchild said her retirement plans were to de-clutter her home and spend more time with her family.

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