Digital Innovator of the Year

Recognising those standout individuals who lead the way by using digital technologies creatively within their education communities to improve teaching and learning outcomes.

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Early Years Team of the Year Award

Recognising the positive contribution teams working in early years settings make. Their high level of enthusiasm, expertise and commitment positively shapes the future of children.

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Excellence in Special Needs Education

These unique and committed individuals are raising the aspirations for young people with SEND,  embedding inclusive practices that best prepare their students to make a success of their future lives.

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Further Education Team of the Year

Providing collaborative teaching and learning experiences they ignite enthusiasm and captivate students, enabling them to reach their full potential. With a shared team vision, they are passionate about taking a whole person approach and providing exceptional support.

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Headteacher of the Year in a Secondary School

Inspiring leaders create an environment in which students thrive and leave as confident, positive learners with the skills, qualities and personal success necessary to maximize their opportunities, increasing their life chances.

 

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Impact through Partnership

Collaborative partnerships have a wider impact beyond an individual setting.  Thinking less of accountability and more of responsibility their role is to provide opportunities that enhance the lives of children and staff through joint projects.

 

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Lifetime Achievement 

Leaving a long-lasting legacy, these are individuals who are approaching the end of their career having made a significant positive impact on the profession. Their commitment to and passion for education is exemplary to all.

 

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Making a Difference – Secondary School of the Year 

With an established record of good academic outcomes, the school is seen as an asset to the wider community and is well respected by parents and key partners. It demonstrates power and effectiveness in transforming the life chances of learners and enriches the local community.

 

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Outstanding New Teacher of the Year

Inspiring new teachers who have positively enhanced their pupil’s academic, social and emotional development. All of these qualities can be gained through experience, but outstanding new teachers have a natural ability and enthusiasm that shines through.

 

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Teacher of the Year in a Primary School

These teachers instil in pupils a self-belief that they can achieve anything they set their minds to. Their positive impact inspires and engages children, so they thrive, enjoy learning and achieve well. They have a wider impact in their own and other schools by sharing their outstanding practice.

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Teacher of the Year in a Secondary School

With a genuine love for teaching, and passion for inspiring their students and colleagues. Creating positive learning environment they enable learners to thrive and fully prepare them for the next stage of their lives. They inspire and share their excellent practice with colleagues in their own and other schools to further improve learner outcomes.

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Teaching Assistant of the Year

Adapting their support to different learning styles and abilities, TAs enrich the lives of students and teachers. With patience and empathy, they help learners to overcome academic, social or emotional barriers and build confidence.

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Unsung Hero

Primarily aimed at support staff, the backbone of education communities.  Tell us about the positive impact your ‘Unsung Hero’ has on those around them.

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