Meet our past London Winners

Zac Moxon - Chiswick School

Watch the moment Zac Moxon of Chiswick School found out he had won the Outstanding New Teacher of the Year award live at our UK Ceremony.

Andrew O'Neill - All Saints Catholic College

In 2022, All Saints is a completely different environment, both physically and academically. The recent Ofsted can attest to this. This year marks the fifth anniversary of Grenfell, and as a community the school is planning ways in which to mark the tragic event. Mr O’Neill has led his school community through challenges and supported them in growing a community that students, staff and families can all be proud of.

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Could it be your community celebrating in 2024?

The entry deadline is Friday 1st March.

Education communities across the UK are recognised through our annual televised celebrations and prestigious awards ceremony.

  • Being nominated has a huge impact, not just on the winner, but on the wider community.
  • Award recognition can elevate your school’s reputation and increase opportunities to share good practice.
  • 16 individual and team categories covering early years, schools, and FE.

We are here to help so if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us or book a call and who knows – we might just be surprising your school or college this time next year!

Meet some more of our former winners from London

Andrew O’Neill

  • The Award for Headteacher of the Year in a Secondary School (sponsored by Hays)
  • All Saints Catholic College
  • London

Andrew Sanders

  • The Award for Excellence in Special Needs Education
  • Moorcroft School
  • Uxbridge, Middlesex

Juliet Demetriou

  • The Award for Unsung Hero
  • North Star Community Trust
  • Edmonton, London

Danielle Aubrey

  • The Award for Teaching Assistant of the Year
  • Moorcroft School
  • Uxbridge, Middlesex

Regent High School

  • The Award for Making a Difference – Secondary School of the Year, (sponsored by PiXL)
  • Regent High School
  • London, Greater London

Alperton Community School

  • The Award for Making a Difference – Secondary School of the Year, (sponsored by PiXL)
  • Alperton Community School
  • Wembley, Middlesex

Inspiring Change: Collaboration

  • The Award for Impact through Partnership
  • Whitefield School, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust & Royal Central school of Speech and Drama
  • London

The Woodland Nursery

  • The Award for Early Years Team of the Year
  • The Woodland Nursery
  • Blackheath, London

Kateryna Konstantynova

  • The Award for Teacher of the Year in a Primary School
  • Malmesbury Primary School
  • Tower Hamlets, London

Yehoshua Radomsky

  • The Award for Teacher of the Year in a Primary School
  • North West London Jewish Day School
  • London

Zac Moxon

  • The Award for Outstanding New Teacher of the Year
  • Chiswick School
  • London

Lyndsey Stuttard

  • The Award for Digital Innovator of the Year
  • ACS Cobham International School
  • Cobham, Surrey

New City Primary School

  • The Award for Making a Difference - Primary School of the Year
  • New City Primary School
  • Plaistow, London

Lansbury Lawrence Primary School

  • The Award for Making a Difference - Primary School of the Year
  • Lansbury Lawrence Primary School
  • Tower Hamlets, London

The Performing Arts Team

  • The Award for FE Team of the Year
  • HRUC Uxbridge College
  • London, Middlesex

Patrice Gonzales

  • The Award for Teacher of the Year in a Secondary School
  • Harris Academy Orpington
  • Orpington, London

Robyn Hastings

  • The Award for Outstanding New Teacher of the Year
  • Heber Primary School
  • London

REGIONAL SUPPORTERS

Working together we can be far more effective, which is why this inspirational group of over fifty schools has created a strategic vision to drive the ongoing improvement of education in the borough. Each and every school is situated in a cluster which operates distinctly, while remaining anchored to the central vision through their elected representatives on the Attain Board.

Providing an extensive CPD programme which guides teachers, governors and support staff to progress their roles in educating Merton’s children.  The partnership is presently building on the consistent improvement in standards they have witnessed over the past eight years.

 

The aim of Tower Hamlets Education Partnership is to meet the challenge of ensuring that all children and young people in Tower Hamlets achieve the best possible outcomes and flourish through an effective partnership of schools.

Led by schools, for schools, THE Partnership is building on 20 years of excellence in Tower Hamlets and an existing culture of collaborative working to continue to raise standards.   https://www.the-partnership.org.uk/