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Lucy Fraser Interview

Here is why we love Lucy Fraser our Teacher of the Month!


Mrs. Fraser was the first teacher we ever worked with and what was wonderful is that she went along with my ideas, supported the ideas and made sure that everything had been done properly. The governance side of things was meticulous, which was a fantastic way for me to learn in the best standard of things, because we pride ourselves in safety first.

Mrs. Fraser. goes beyond and above to find opportunities in the school week where the children can go out to volunteer. She prioritises it in the calendar because she thinks it's important for the students to do on top of their academic work to create empathetic, kind human beings. She genuinely values time givers and it was obvious she did from the start.


Thank you, Mrs Fraser, for everything you did for TimeGivers, for all your help and hard work that we could not have done without at the beginning, which is now carried out into more schools because of youAdd your text here. Edit to add dynamic values like name, email and more.


Q: How did you first hear about TimeGivers?

A: Kate’s children attend Norland so we were extremely fortunate to have been involved with the charity from the early days, taking part in lots of different, exciting initiatives with them.


Q: What was the first trip you did with TimeGivers?

A: Our Year 5 children were lucky enough to have a trip to a local food bank and the Nourish Hub.


Q: Why do you think TimeGivers is beneficial for your students?

A: TimeGivers has given the children a unique opportunity to be more involved in the community they live in. It has opened their eyes to local charities and how they can help those in their area.


Q: Is there a moment that you remember that was particularly special?

A: Playing bingo at the Kensington Day Centre was a highlight for me, and the children!


Q: Why do you like working with TimeGivers?

A: Working with the staff at TimeGivers is always a pleasure as their energy and enthusiasm is contagious! I have enjoyed learning more about the local area and meeting new people.

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