After several appointments within the education sector this year, the Office of the Deputy Governor is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Abigail Delancy to the post of Vice Principal of the Enid Capron Primary School.
Ms. Delancy holds a certificate in Early Childhood Education and an Associate’s Degree in Social Work and Welfare from the University of the West Indies and recently obtained a Master’s degree in Education Management from the University of Bristol.
Ms. Delancy began her career as a teacher’s assistant at the Ashcroft School (now known as the International School), later joining the TCI Civil Service in 2005 as an Early Childhood teacher at the Enid Capron Primary School and previously acting in the post of Vice Principal at the Enid Capron Primary School before taking study leave to pursue her Master’s degree in the UK.
Commenting on her new appointment Ms. Delancy stated; “I am extremely appreciative of this role bestowed upon me within the Ministry of Education, Youth Sports, Culture and Library Services. As I embark on this journey, I would like to express my gratitude to God, my family and well-wishers. I look forward to using the skills, knowledge and values gained in promoting, training and developing the lives of our youths in the Turks and Caicos Islands.”
Deputy Governor and Head of the Public Service Anya Williams in congratulating Ms. Delancy said; “We extend our sincerest congratulations to Abigail on her successful appointment. It was not that long ago that we were at the Enid Capron Primary welcoming new local Teachers as a part of the largest local recruitment batch for some time. As we continue to support and promote locals pursuing the field of education, we were happy to provide financial support to Ms. Delancy from the Civil Service Professional Development Fund to assist in the pursuit of her Master’s degree.
With over a decade and a half of experience and service to the TCI education sector, Ms Delancy has demonstrated that she is well deserved of this promotion and I have the utmost confidence that she will continue to perform at a high level as the Vice Principal of the Enid Capron Primary School.”