Trinity Deputy Head Retires

TREVOR CRANE, acting head boy, with one of the chairs presented to Mr. F. C. Wright (second from left), who is retiring as deputy headmaster. Trevor and Sally Cooper, acting head girl, made the presentations. With them is the headmaster, Mr. B. S. Howard.


Mr Frank Wright, for 12 years deputy headmaster of Trinity High School, Northampton, retired from the school staff today, having been associated with the school for 35 years.

At a special presentation before the assembled school after prayers today, Mr. Wright received some long playing records and a folding sun-lounger beach chair, which were a gift from the pupils. Last night teaching colleagues presented him with a record player.

Making today's presentation head boy, Trevor Crane said that every member of the school admired Mr. Wright's honesty, integrity and sense of justice.

Mr. Wright told pupils that he had taught many of their relatives - parents, uncles and aunts - and he was always thrilled when he met former pupils. He said he could fairly claim that he had done his best for the school, and it was wonderful to see how the spirit of the school had developed since he had been there.

The Headmaster, Mr. B. S. Howard, said that as Mr. Wright would continue part time teaching; the school need feel no sense of permanent loss.

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