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Tributes paid to ‘visionary’ Stratford headteacher

London Schools' Gold Club Awards in September 2015. Angela Tapscott (centre) with Shella Lawrenson (right). Photo: Kois Miah

 

Tributes have been paid to an “inspirational” headteacher who worked tirelessly to improve the lives of her pupils.

Angela Tapscott, executive head of Ranelagh Primary School and Rebecca Cheetham Nursery and Children’s Centre in Stratford, died last month at the age of 51 after a short battle with cancer.


Angela Tapscott, PC Peter Wilson and Connor Hurley at Ranelagh Primary futures day, 2011. Photo: Paul Bennett.

 

Angela Tapscott, executive head of Ranelagh Primary School and Rebecca Cheetham Nursery and Children’s Centre in Stratford, died last month at the age of 51 after a short battle with cancer. Originally from Wales, Angela came to work in Newham in 1998 before joining Ranelagh initially as deputy headteacher, then taking up the executive role.

Head of school at Ranelagh Primary, Shella Lawrenson, 43, said she was “inspirational”.

“She was full of life, full of energy, she always wanted the best for the children, and believed in giving them opportunities."

A former teacher herself, Angela was passionate about the arts and committed to showing children life outside of the classroom – whether it was trips to the seaside, to the woods, abroad or just outside London.

She also had a keen interest in improving the lives of children in the local community, and was a founding member of Newham Partnership Working and other education groups within the borough, such as the South West Newham Group.

Paul Harris, interim executive head teacher, added: “Angela’s desire to give the children in her care the very best shone through and she worked tirelessly to ensure that her pupils life chances were enhanced.
“Teachers who worked under her often went on to become head teachers themselves or senior leaders around the world.

“Angela is a great loss to us all but her vision will live on. I believe that she inspired and impacted on the lives of thousands.”

Angela is survived by husband Glyn Protheroe and her two children.

Did you know Angela? Send us your tribute and photos by emailing phoebe.cooke@archant.co.uk or ringing 0208 477 3886.

 

 

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Best Start In Life Launch and Fiesta Fun Day 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Book Day 2016