‘Brilliant’ Julie leaves Hutton Primary School after 30 years

PUBLISHED: 16:00 06 August 2017

LSA Ms Julie Conway pictured with some of her pupils.

LSA Ms Julie Conway pictured with some of her pupils.


A woman who has taken on the role of dinner lady, lollipop lady and learning assistant at Hutton Primary School has said her final goodbyes after working there for almost 30 years.

Julie Conway most recently worked as a learning support assistant at the school, in Main Road.

But Ms Conway said her final farewell to colleagues and children at the end of the summer term, as she prepares to take on a new role at North Somerset Council.

Laura Lovely, from the primary school, told the Mercury: “Julie has been a lollipop lady, dinner lady, and a brilliant member of support staff.

“A huge thanks to her for her dedication and commitment to Hutton.”

Julie will now work with adults with learning difficulties in their homes.

She said: “I have had very happy times at Hutton and I am leaving with many happy memories.”

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