Music Teacher Appointment Letter



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St Mary’s CE VC First School Charminster Dorchester Dorset DT2 9RD Telephone: 01305 263880 E-Mail: office charminster.dorset.sch.uk Head Teacher: Suzanne Garner 27 January 2016 Dear Parents and Carers, I am delighted to inform you that the governing body has appointed Suzanne Garner as Head Teacher at St Mary’s..

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