The Teaching Awards are run and managed by the Teaching Awards Trust, an independent charity. The Trust’s mission is to celebrate excellence in education. These awards wouldn’t be possible without the support of the following organisations:
As the world’s leading learning company, Pearson is proud to sponsor the Teaching Awards. Pearson has 40,000 employees in more than 70 countries working to help people of all ages to make measurable progress in their lives through learning. Whether it’s at home, in the classroom or in the workplace, learning is the key to improving our life chances.
In the UK, Pearson brings together leading names in education to provide a blend of content, curricula, assessment, training and information systems to make learning more engaging and effective. Technology underpins everything we do, from the latest resources for personalised learning to data analysis tools to measure progress and aid teaching. By putting technology at the heart of learning, we aim to support, motivate and inspire every educator and every learner.
In today’s world, education isn’t just about gaining qualifications: it’s about enabling people to do things, as well as know things. That’s why we combine a belief in the highest, most rigorous standards with a focus on applicable learning and employability. https://www.pearson.com/uk
The BBC has supported the Teaching Awards since 1999, broadcasting the very first ceremony from Alexandra Palace. Since then, the UK grand final of the Teaching Awards has been filmed and broadcast by the BBC, demonstrating their continued support for this most important of professions. Lord Puttnam’s vision was for an award ceremony on a par with the Oscar’s or the Baftas, to celebrate those members of the education profession that are “the real stars” of our communities. The BBC has sustained this vision by producing a glittering and star-studded occasion that is compelling viewing, showcasing outstanding education professionals from across the UK. www.bbc.co.uk
Future First is a social mobility charity, working to ensure that no young person’s future is limited by their start in life. The charity works across the UK to build and activate thriving state school alumni communities, creating
sustainable support structures and resource for teachers and students.
Among the alumni of every school are accessible and inspiring work and education role models who can support schools and engage young people. Former students open up new worlds of career opportunities for current students, broadening horizons, developing confidence and motivation, and helping them access a world beyond their own.
Future First believes all young people should have access to relatable role models, trusted mentors, and meaningful social capital, because ‘you can’t be what you can’t see’. In 2018/19 Future First worked with 524 schools, supporting over 100,000 students through over 2600 hours of volunteer sessions with nearly 3500 volunteers.https://futurefirst.org.uk
The Scottish Education Awards celebrate success in Scottish education. They recognise and share the excellent work taking place in Scottish classrooms, and showcase those who dedicate their lives to education in providing opportunities for all children and young people to succeed in life. We are delighted that winners from the Scottish Education Awards will represent Scotland at the Pearson Teaching Awards UK Ceremony. This provides a platform for sharing the many innovations and creative ideas underway in Scottish schools.www.scottisheducationawards.org.uk
At Randstad Education, we work hard to provide high quality teaching, leadership, support, and non-teaching staff to primary, secondary and SEN schools, multi-academy trusts and federations. We like to help unlock a world of exciting career opportunities for our candidates whilst ensuring our clients have top class support both inside and outside of the classroom. www.randstad.co.uk
Launched in September 2014, Schools Week has quickly become a leading source for education news in the UK. Schools Week delivers expert insight and interpretation of complex issues and policies affecting staff within the sector.
Since its founding in September 2011, FE Week has firmly cemented itself as the go-to news source for further education and skills. We are proud of
our reputation for breaking news, investigations and expert analysis, which is second to none in the sector. Our newspapers are read by a diverse, highly influential and aspirational demographic, from school head teachers and college CEOs to governors and teachers. Both newspapers are published by Lsect Ltd.