WINNERS

  • Jashu Vekaria,

    Winner, the Award for Teacher of the Year in a Primary School, 2016

    “Can you imagine, my passion is my job and I was being rewarded for a job I love?  It was one of my proudest moments!” Jashu Vekaria Winner, the Award for Teacher of the Year in a Primary School, 2016 Currently Deputy Headteacher Uxendon Manor Primary School ON WINNING It was wonderful receiving the award […]

  • Richard Brown,

    Winner, the Award for Excellence in Special Needs Education, 2016

    ” Winning the Pearson Teaching Award has helped me to dream bigger and be ambitious.“ Richard Brown Winner, the Award for Excellence in Special Needs Education, 2016 Currently Head of Performing Arts at Cricket Green School ON WINNING Winning the award was absolutely fantastic. I felt completely overwhelmed – but in a lovely way. I […]

  • Tracy Stone

    Winner, the Headteacher Of The Year In A Primary School, 2006

    “I never considered that the job I was doing was any more worthy of an award than other fantastic head teachers I knew; however, I recognised an opportunity to raise the profile of a school community in a deprived inner-city area, which previously only ever received negative media attention.” Tracy Stone Winner, Headteacher of the Year […]

  • Jerry Nightingale,

    Winner, FE Lecturer of the Year, 2015

    ” I am most proud of the fact that it is constantly harder to get rid of students at the end of courses I have run than to get them on them at the start!“ Jerry Nightingale Winner, FE Lecturer of the Year, 2015 Currently Cycle Maintenance Lecturer at Weston College, HMP Channings Wood ON […]

  • Shaun Jukes

    Winner, the Headteacher of the Year in a Secondary School, 2013

    “I have stayed in education because, quite simply … I love it. Every day brings something different and there is still so much more to do to continue building our school to offer the best quality provision for our pupils going forward. All the negatives, challenges and constraints are far outweighed by the positives and […]

  • Stephen Cabrera

    Winner, Teaching Award for Enterprise, 2006 

    “Winning the award meant the world and gave me many opportunities that previously I may not have had.” Stephen Cabrera Winner, Teaching Award for Enterprise, 2006 Currently Director of development at St Joseph’s College, Beulah Hill, London ON WINNING Winning the award meant the world and gave me many opportunities that previously I may not […]

  • David Waugh

    Winner, Best New Teacher in a Secondary School, 1999

    “My career is filled with such wonderful moments…winning the award was a recognition of the great work of the students I was teaching and supporting.” David Waugh Winner, The Award for Best New Teacher in a Secondary School, 1999 Now Headteacher And CEO at Poynton High School and The True Learning Partnership Multi Academy Trust ON […]

  • Clare Baldwin

    Winner, Teaching Assistant Of The Year, 2013

    “I’m proud to be part of a team that puts young people’s mental and emotional health first; to give them the tools to be able to cope both in and out of school, help them build resilience and give them opportunities​ for a brighter future.” Clare Baldwin Winner, The Award for  Teaching Assistant Of The Year, […]

  • Phil Beadle

    Winner, Teacher of the Year in a Secondary School, 2004

    “The Teaching Awards was the catalyst for my career to career off into all kinds of interesting directions. As a result of the award, all manner of offers came in, all of which I said, ‘yes’ to. I still tend towards saying yes to everything as it is an interesting way of living life.” Phil […]

  • Christine Finnegan

    Winner, Outstanding New Teacher, 2005

    ” Winning my award was one of the most exhilarating experiences of my life. To be recognised for something you love doing is the icing on the cake.” Christine Finnegan Winner, Outstanding New Teacher, 2005 Currently Headteacher At Our Lady And St Kenelm RC School, Halesowen, West Midlands ON WINNING Winning my award was one […]

  • Anne Bull

    Winner, Headteacher of the Year in a Primary School, 2012

    ” I just love the variety of the role and working with children – what’s better than that privilege?” Anne Bull The Award For Headteacher of the Year in a Primary School, 2012 Currently Headteacher At Weston All Saints Primary School, Bath ON WINNING I was overwhelmed when I won the award! It was a […]

  • Hardial Hayer

    Winner, Headteacher of the Year in a Secondary School, 2016

    “I just enjoy what I do, and every day is a new day and challenge.” Hardial Hayer Headteacher of the year in a Secondary School, 2016 Currently Headteacher at The Radclyffe School, Oldham ON WINNING Winning the award made me feel very proud of the achievements of our students, staff and the whole school community […]

  • Claire Davidson

    Winner, The Award for School and Community Involvement, 2004

    “Immersing my students in extra-curricular community projects, I saw how lives could be changed in the most extraordinary ways. Winning the award gave me the chance to do what I loved on an even bigger scale.” Claire Davidson The Award for School and Community Involvement, 2004 Currently an English teacher at Ivybridge Community College, Devon ON […]

  • Andy Bell

    Winner, Teacher of the Year in a Primary School, 2007

    “I have always wanted to do my best as a teacher and so receiving the award was an enormous encouragement to keep doing what I do.” Andy Bell Winner, Teacher Of The Year In A Primary School, 2007 now Deputy Headteacher at The Meadows Primary School in Lincoln ON WINNING Winning the award was one […]

  • Tony Maxwell

    Winner, the Award for Lifetime Achievement, 2003

    “I couldn’t believe that this fantastic occasion was being organised to celebrate the quality of teachers who worked so hard and with such commitment, in our schools. I was humbled by the occasion. I was so proud of my profession.” Tony Maxwell, the Award for Lifetime Achievement Award 2003 Former Headteacher, St Michael’s Roman Catholic […]