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Haslingden High School nominate Lisa Southee for Happiest Leader Award

Haslingden High School, in Rossendale, Lancashire have nominated Lisa Southee, teacher of RE and Pastoral Leader of Year 7, in the category of Happiest 'Leader, Manager or Employee.

Sarah Borwick, who nominated Lisa, said: 'Lisa is the definition of a 'person who lightens the mood' whether she is down, busy or stressed. You can never tell. She appears happy at all times and is friendly, welcoming and comforting to both students and staff.

'She can be serious and scary but at the same time approachable and you feel like you've known her forever. 

'Lisa is the embodiment of what this award is about and I hope she is chosen I didn't get the chance to tell her how much she meant to me.'

That is a lot for the other nominees to live up to. Do you have a 'Lisa' in your school?

Go to the awards page to find out how to nominate your school and teachers. Nominations close on the 17th October 2016.

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