WINNERS

  • James Horwood

    Having overcome his own learning issues with dyslexia, James understands what motivates and what will engage even the hardest to reach learners and works relentlessly to make sure that our children don’t receive the same experiences as he did that could have so easily turned him off education for life. In fact he fought against […]

  • Cinzia Imbriano

    Cinzia has made an incredible start to her teaching career and NQT year at Green Ridge, as the only teacher in Key Stage One and Two. The academy opened in September 2017 when Cinzia joined, and since then Cinzia has transformed the education and experiences of the children she teaches. Cinzia has created a nurturing […]

  • Aimee Jackson

    Aimee joined Henshaws Specialist College in 2001 and since this time has excelled in her support of adults with physical disabilities and learning difficulties. She spearheaded the development of the school’s specialist autism unit ‘The Starting Point’ which was opened 3 years ago. Aimee has ensured that all staff have a full appreciation of the […]

  • Helen Jones

    Helen conducts her lessons with pace and it is obvious they are planned thoroughly to make sure each pupil is included, regardless of their ability. The lessons themselves are fun and innovative and Helen is highly adept at switching effortlessly between tasks to accommodate all. Since joining the school, Helen has been an excellent role […]

  • Jo Richardson Community School

    Since Jo Richardson Community School was established in East London in 2002, it has strived to ensure that all its students have access to not only the highest quality secondary education, but also a vast range of opportunities outside the classroom that will both challenge and engage them. The school motto is ‘Success For All’ […]

  • Tom Knott

    Tom completed the Teach First programme in 2011 and taught at Oasis Shirley Park for three years. After a short period of working back in the corporate world, Tom decided that he wanted to return to the world of education. Tom joined SSAT and worked on their leadership development programme, and in a senior leadership […]

  • Mark Lambert

    Mark Lambert is the principal driving force of highly effective SEND provision and Additional Learning Support (ALS) delivered by Tyne Coast College. As manager of SEND and ALS, Mark oversees work which supports around 160 learners aged 16 to 25 who have autism and other learning difficulties, in a department recognised as a regional leader. […]

  • Christopher Langmead

    Chris is a consistently outstanding classroom practitioner; his approach to teaching is to continually reflect on his practice and look for new and more effective ways to engage students and promote a love of learning within his subject. Chris’ pedagogical practice is often shared widely across the school. Chris creates the most electric of atmospheres […]

  • Mairi Levack

    Mairi Levack has worked as an itinerant PE teacher in the Uists for more than 26 years and has insprired generations of young people to be more active, become involved in sport and live a healthier lifestyle. As well as teaching in three primaries and one secondary school, Mairi leads an afterschool club for secondary/primary […]

  • Ashley Lewis

    Ashley is an outstanding leader and an inspirational teacher. He establishes incredible relationships with young people; his passion for history is infectious and through high quality teaching, he creates a learning environment, which is conducive to outstanding progress. Ashley understands the importance of progress for students who come from disadvantaged backgrounds and consequently a number […]

  • Laura McDonald

    Miss McDonald has taught many special children who have emotional and behavioural needs who often cannot cope in mainstream school and would be excluded. These children transfer to her unit, often very troubled, very angry, being violent and she changes their lives along with giving families support by giving many extra hours of her time. […]

  • Dale McMorran

    Dale joined Wymondham College in 2005 as second in English and leader of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme. After supporting a head of house for five years, Dale became a head of house himself in 2012, a position that gave him, in his own words, “the best job in the world”. In 2016, Dale […]

  • Janet Macleod

    Janet Macleod has undoubtedly been one of the most influential and well-loved teachers in the long history of the school. Over the course of four decades, Janet has been a source of inspirational teaching and learning for so many pupils, stimulating their enjoyment, knowledge and skills in music. The results of her pupils at GCSE […]

  • Ryan Mallett

    Ryan joined OCA as a newly qualified teacher in September 2016 and is now not only Head of Modern Foreign Languages but runs the Duke of Edinburgh programme which sees all pupils complete this award during their time with the school. Ryan’s thirst to learn is an inspiration for the whole school community. Pupils and […]

  • Nin Matharu

    Nin is a committed and passionate headteacher who has taken King’s Hill Primary School from ‘Special Measures’ to ‘Outstanding’. Despite the challenges she has faced, she always has a consistent approach. Because of Nin, achievement in the school has truly been miraculous and pupils love for learning has grown. Due to the ethos and vision […]