In Lanester, Erwan Touche leaves the Notre-Dame du Pont school group

In Lanester, Erwan Touche leaves the Notre-Dame du Pont school group
In Lanester, Erwan Touche leaves the Notre-Dame du Pont school group

In the presence of all the staff, Erwan Touche marked, Tuesday evening, his imminent departure from the Notre-Dame du Pont school group. The director is leaving Lanester to take over the management of the François-Tanguy school in Lorient.

In 2006, during a management internship, he discovered the Notre-Dame Auxiliatrice school in Lanester, then directed by Cécile Billot. At the start of the 2006 school year, he took over the management of the Berné school and then in 2012 that of Port-Louis. Erwan Touche returned to Lanester as director in 2018 with a part-time teaching position for three years.

In 2020, the Diocesan Directorate of Catholic Education asked him to take on the role of director of the Locmiquélic school in addition to ND Auxiliatrice. In April 2021, he was asked to take over the management of the entire school group (nursery, elementary and middle school, i.e. 700 students) in September. “I am happy to have been able to work all these years surrounded by competent professionals who are committed to their mission as teachers, educators, Asem, service staff, maintenance staff, and my great and wonderful secretariat. My driving force has been the educational partnership with families to contribute to the full development of each student, welcoming each without discrimination and setting up a common educational project between the 1st and 2nd levels,” explains Erwan Touche.

Mr. Touche will hand over to Maryannick Lejeune, the current director of the François-Tanguy school (15 classes, 350 students).

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