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The ‘School of the Year’ winners joined us in the studio (Footage from London Live)

From London Live The Jo Richardson Community School in Dagenham has won Gold Award for ‘School of the Year’ in the prestigious national honours in the 20th anniversary of the pearson teaching awards. Honoured for their inspirational work and outstanding achievements in the classroom. Abigail Hall – a  former pupil and teachers Kala Boller and […]

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Jo Richardson named ‘school of the year’ at national awards (From Barking and Dagenham Post)

From Barking and Dagenham Post, by Sophie Morton A Dagenham school has been crowned school of the year after being recognised for the opportunities it provides. Jo Richardson Community School was victorious in the making a difference category at the Pearson Teaching Awards. Judges found that the school goes “above and beyond” to provide a good […]

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Academy teacher among ‘Classroom Heroes’ (from the Yorkshire Post)

From the Yorkshire Post A YORKSHIRE teacher is one of 13 from across the country honoured for inspirational work and outstanding achievements in the classroom. Leanne Griffiths of The Morley Academy in Leeds has won a Pearson Teaching Award. Hosted by BBC presenters Anita Rani and Sean Fletcher, the annual ceremony is broadcast on BBC2 […]

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Pearson Teaching Awards reveals 2018 winners (from BBC)

From the BBC Sunderland College’s Jonathan Wharton has been named Further Education Lecturer of the Year A drama lecturer covering maternity leave has won a top teaching award. In eight months, Jonathan Wharton has “completely transformed the dynamics” within Sunderland College’s drama department, judges have said. He has been named Further Education Lecturer of the […]

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This Nuneaton teacher has just been crowned the best in Britain (from Coventry Telegraph)

From Coventry Telegraph by Claire Harrison Our very own golden girl is top of the class Romayne Charles with her award after being crowned the best secondary school teacher in the country. Nuneaton officially plays home one of Britain’s Classroom Heroes. But golden girl Romayne Charles is humble about her achievements, saying it is an […]

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Gainsborough primary school get gold award for ‘making a difference’ (From Gainsborough Standard)

From Gainsborough Standard A Gainsborough school is celebrating after being named School of the Year after it managed to turned itself around moving out of special measures. Benjamin Adlard Primary School was one of 13 winners honoured for inspirational work and outstanding achievements in the classroom at the Pearson Teaching Awards. Benjamin Adlard Primary School […]

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Celebrations as Aylesbury teacher wins national award (From Mix96)

By Charlotte Fisher  Celebrations are in order for an Aylesbury teacher, who has won a national award for Outstanding Best New Teacher of the Year. Cinzia Imbriano, from Green Ridge Primary Academy, was shortlisted for the Pearson Teaching Awards in May. She was one of five teachers that got through to the final stage and […]

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Leyland teacher Janis Burdin wins Lifetime Achievement award (From the Lancashire Post)

Lancashire Post –by SONJA ASTBURY A Leyland teacher, who made history when she became the youngest, then longest serving head at the town’s then newest school, has scooped a national accolade. Janis Burdin who opened the new Moss Side Primary School in the then Central Lancashire New Town Development Corporation village 36 years ago remained at […]

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Teaching assistant named top of the class at prestigious Pearson Teaching Awards (From The Clacton Gazette)

From the Clacton Gazette – By James Dwan   Top teaching assistant – James Poynter A TEACHING assistant from a school in Clacton has been named top of the class after winning a prestigious Pearson Teaching Award. Clacton County High School’s product design technician James Poynter received a gold medal for his inspirational work in the classroom. […]

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Sunderland lecturer comes top of the class at televised teaching awards (From the Sunderland Echo)

From the Sunderland Echo– By Sue Kirby Jonathan Wharton, a lecturer at Sunderland College has been honoured with a Gold Award in the 20th year of the Pearson Teaching Award. “Teachers are the quiet heroes” Michael Morpurgo Jonathan was announced the FE Lecturer of the Year for his inspirational work in the classroom during a […]

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News Revealed: The winners of the 2018 Pearson Teaching Awards (From Schools Week)

From Schools Week, by Alix Robertson Thirteen UK teachers and schools have been honoured as winners of the 2018 Pearson Teaching Awards, for their inspirational work in education. The winners received their awards, which recognise “outstanding commitment to the profession”, at a glamorous ceremony this evening hosted by BBC presenters Anita Rani and Sean Fletcher, alongside […]

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Gainsborough school sets the silver standard with teaching award win – from Gainsborough Standard

From Gainsborough Standard Benjamin Adlard Primary School in Gainsborough has won a Silver Pearson Teaching Award. The Gainsborough school win in the category School of the Year – Making a Difference, which is supported by Future First. Selected from thousands of nominations. Benjamin Adlard is one of just 65 winners that were celebrated last week […]

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Claremont High School Academy’s head of history wins silver Pearson Teaching Award on Thank a Teacher Day – From Brent and Kilburn Times

From Kilburn Times Claremont High School Academy’s veteran head of history has won a sparkling national gong for her tireless work and inspiring lessons. Shalina Patel, who’s been at the Kenton school for a decade, was nominated by pupils and parents. The award is given by the Pearson Teaching Awards Trust, founded in 1998 by […]

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Aylesbury teacher in final stage of national award – from Mix 96

From Mix 96 by Charlotte Fisher An Aylesbury teacher has found out she has got through to the last stages of a national award. Cinzia Imbriano, from Green Ridge Primary Academy, was shortlisted as a finalist in the Pearson Teaching Awards for ‘Best New Teacher of the Year 2018’ last month. She has now reached the final […]

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Leading school and veteran headteacher win national teaching awards – from Bradford Telegraph and Argus

From Bradford Telegraph and Argus 26th June By David Jagger Dixons Trinity Academy, based in Trinity Road, Little Horton, was named as a winner at the 2018 Pearson Teaching Awards. The school triumphed over thousands of nominations from around the UK to claim the ‘Making a Difference’ prize. The Pearson Teaching Awards are an annual […]

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