It's a Plato, actually

29th October 2004 at 01:00
A Welsh teacher who has been acting head of a closure-threatened school for two years was named primary teacher of the year at the national teaching awards ceremony in London. Pam Roberts, who still teaches a reception class and has stood in for the school secretary at Park Street infants, Abergavenny, collected her Plato from Love, Actually film star Bill Nighy last weekend. She joined the school in 1985.

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