Bye Bye Sebastian

Today we said goodbye to our friend Sebastian.

Seb has been helping us on a thursday and today was his last day before taking up a full time job working with young people with disabilities. Sebastian has been very popular with staff and students alike and will be very much missed.

To say thank you the students spent the morning creating goodbye presents and cards. The picture to the left is a painting of his motorbike, photographed and created by the group. We also made cards and a second painting, an anime character to remind him of his work with us, and a good luck card.

A very big thank you to all students involved,Patrick, Alex, Emily S, Esme, Emily C, Kenny, Bronwyn, Natalie and  Tezra.

And an even bigger thank you to Seb. You have been an inspiration and a joy to work with, good luck in your new role and keep in touch.

Written on Thursday, January 21st, 2010 at 8:49 pm by PhilS. Filed under Links for students.

7 comments to “Bye Bye Sebastian”

  1. Tezra said, at 11:43 am on January 22nd, 2010 :

    Phil Jez says that Thursday is name and it needs a capital letter !!! lol 🙂

  2. Jez said, at 12:15 pm on January 22nd, 2010 :

    As you sail into the sunset may I wish you all the best on the next series of “Strictly.”

    Good luck and keep writing.


  3. Julia said, at 1:18 pm on January 22nd, 2010 :

    Good luck Sebastian – thanks for the chocolates and the card too!!! Take care

  4. Ian said, at 3:15 pm on January 22nd, 2010 :

    Thank you for all the work you did for us Seb. I hope you enjoyed it (or at least some of it) and got something from your time with us. Good luck in the future.

  5. bekki said, at 4:35 pm on January 22nd, 2010 :

    Thanks for all your help Seb! Was much appreciated! Good luck! Becki 🙂

  6. Emily C said, at 5:59 pm on January 22nd, 2010 :

    Good Luck Seb 🙂 Was great to have you around the centre and you will be missed 🙂 Good luck in your new job though 🙂 Hope it all goes well 🙂 xx

  7. Phat Phil said, at 10:49 pm on January 24th, 2010 :

    thanx Tez

    Grammar is becoming a lost art

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