In Loving memory of

Paul Janko

(1952 – 2016 )

 

A great man, an incredible teacher

An inspiration to all.

Paul will be greatly missed.

Funeral procession to left Cubitt Town  Juniors at 9.25am, 16th April 2016.

Funeral service was held at City of London crematorium.

A book of condolence was held in the school office.

We asked for no floral tributes, please make donations to Diabetes UK  or Parkinson’s UK' 

 

 

  The Docklands & East London Advertiser 

 

 

26 comments

Martin McGrory - A legend will be sadly missed one of the nicest people you could ever meet and a great teacher a loss to tower hamlets,cubitt town and the teaching comunity

Stephen McDuell - Sad to hear of Paul\'s death. A lovely kind Man. Fond memories of his encouragement at THAC back in the mid 80\'s.

Gemma Finch (Coster ) - Such sad news was a great teacher to my self and my son will be deeply missed xx RIP

Alyson Jenkins - Thinking of all on this sad day. Mr Janko you were an incredible teacher, I have you to thank for getting me involved in athletics. My dream had always been to run the London Marathon and I got to do it. I have lots of fantastic memories of you and the school. You were amazing and I will always be greatful for all the support you gave me with my running. Godbless, rip Mr Janko. Xx

Tracey Quartey - Paul will be greatly missed. If it wasn\'t for Paul I would have been a thrower. He got me to throw and enjoy athletics. I also worked with him coaching his Students. I am now coaching and Teaching. You were one in a million. R.I.P Thanks for everything.

zake - eventhough i have not seen you i heard that you were a good teacherr

Rachel Harper - A respected and trusted colleague. If Paul was asked to do anything he did it and did it properly. His peaceful, kindly nature was a lesson to us all. As a teacher I always thought that, if I was child at the school, of all the classes I would want to be in it would have been Paul\'s - and that includes my own. What more can one teacher say about another!
With love and fond memories.

Denh Voong - student from 1984-1991 - Dear Sir, never got to say thank you for being a wonderful teacher to me. I came to this country with nothing but you have taught and inspired me to become the person I am today. You are dedicated, loyal, fair and caring. The world has lost a truly magnificent person. May you RIP

shahnaz anderson - You were an inspiring, fair and warm hearted teacher a great loss to everyone who had the privilege of knowing you. I will always remember you fondly some and feel blessed to have been in your
class. God bless sir, rest in peace.

James tonna - God bless x

Beverley Skeels - We all have that one teacher whose influence we carry with us for the rest of our lives, Mr Janko was mine. My form tutor my gymnastics coach, he even tried in vain to teach me to swim. A great loss to all who knew him. Good night Sir God bless X

Vicky Poore - What a terrible loss. Mr janko allowed me to train with my sister Kellie while I was still in the infants school. He was a great teacher and never seemed to change. I saw him at Cubitt Town when my kids were there and he looked exactly the same, absolutely timeless. RIP Mr Jenko, you had an amazing career which shows through all of these lovely messages xxx

Paul Merton - A lovely man and an inspiration to the teaching profession by remaining dedicated to the same school for 40 years. Committed everything to Cubitt Town and one of the greats. RIP Mr Janko and thank you. 1989-1993.

Charmaine healey - Our condolences from St Lukes governing body. Inspirational teachers / leaders are hard to come by. May his good work live on in the rest of the school.

Janette yeomans - God bless

Ellie McAllister - R.I.P Mr.Janko x

Louise Harris - Well Mr Janko, you firmly scared the life out of me in my class at the top with the \"green nun\" but you kept me in line and I didn\'t play up with you. THANKYOU for being part of my school memories may you rest in peace sir

Louise Harris x

Denise Cable. Pupil. Parent. Colleague and friend - It was a real privilege knowing you Paul. You inspired many and made them believe that anything was possible

Debbie Camilleri / coster - The best teacher I have encountered . Pushed you to your full potential a firm but fair man . Will always remember him fondly very sad loss ,

Pat Salmon - Some of my grandchildren went to cubitt town school and Paul Janko was a fantastic person. May he rest in peace, fly high Paul, sweet dreams

Dionne Mottley - Such a wonderful kind humble soul. Mr Janko not only taught me and the rest of the Mottley\'s but he also taught my children. He was what the eastend would say is a rare gem a person who really cared about his pupils. A fantastic gymnastics coach who also taught me and my children the sport I shall look back with find memories of his red added as tracksuit and mop of black hair. May he rest in eternal peace. I bid ypu goodnight Mr Paul Janko love the Mottley\'s

Ashley.Lowther- pupil of Cubitt Town 1974-1978 - Sleep Peacefully Mr Janko.
This world has lost a truly amazing teacher and Gentleman.
Fondly remembered.

Janis Lee - Such sad news to hear about Mr Janko. When I was at school at Cubitt Town, I can remember him as my form tutor who was very helpful and calm natured person and always had a great smile. Even school holidays to Gorsefield and Butlins he would come and be that person with Mrs preece who would comfort you if you missed home. With sport he always pushed you that extra mile when in Gymnastics, cross country and whatever sport that took place. He was a wonderful man that wil be sorely missed.

Debbie carter - Brilliant teacher, thanks for making my school years brilliant Rip. Much love. X

Stacy smith - Truly devastating loss to the school !!! He was my teacher in the 90s excellent teacher will be greatly missed by all. Gbnf

Pamela Kim mansfield - God bless u sir x

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