The Award for Teacher of the Year in a Secondary School, supported by SSAT
Does this teacher inspire and engage pupils in order to help them achieve their full academic and social potential?
Please ensure you read through the entry guide, eligibility, criteria and questions carefully before submitting your entry.
This award is open to all secondary phase teachers, teaching children aged 11 – 18.
Entries from state and independent schools are welcome.
All entrants in this category must hold qualified teacher status and have been teaching for more than 3 years.
The focus of the Pearson Teaching Awards criteria is teaching and learning.
Please think about the core question and address the category criteria when completing your entry.
Criteria questions are designed as a prompt to help you in formulating your entry and to give guidance on the type of questions that panel members will be exploring to compile their shortlist of finalists.
It is recommended that you provide written evidence and examples to support your statements wherever possible. Additional evidence can be shown to our judges when they visit your school, should your nominee be shortlisted. Please therefore do not include external hyperlinks in this document.
It is recommended that you write approximately, but not more than 250 words per section.
SUBMITTING YOUR ENTRY
Once the form is completed the Headteacher should click submit at the bottom of this form by midnight on Sunday 10th March 2019. Alternatively, if you are not the Headteacher you can submit the form but the Headteacher must be aware of the entry.
Please complete all criteria question boxes below.
Please remember that we recommend approximately 250 words per criteria.
Please note, incomplete entries will not go forward for shortlisting.
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