Schools Awards

Congratulations to everyone at the awards for their superb achievements.

This year's T&A Schools Awards was a huge success with an extremely high calibre of nominees and winners who were celebrated on the night - and they represented so well the many examples of excellence we have across the district. Congratulations to everyone who was nominated or awarded.

We know that brilliant things happen every single day in our schools and settings and you don't always have the time to think about publicising them - but please do contact the council's communications team with any news, events and achievements as often as you can and we will support you in making sure you get the recognition you deserve whether that's on Bradford Schools Online, on social media and blogs or in the local media.

This year's Schools Awards winners
 
Science and Technology Award:           Aliyah Bashir from Carlton Bolling College
Secondary Teacher of the Year:            Hafiz Rahman of Carlton Bolling College
Nursery/Primary Teacher of the Year:    Janet Clay of Denholme Primary School
Supporting Staff Member of the Year:    Glenda McGoldrick of Sandal Primary School
Voluntary Contribution Award:               David Weston of Worth Valley Primary School
Leadership Award:                               Sharon Lambert of Allerton Primary School
Governor of the Year:                            Angela Dobson of St Luke's CofE School and Clayton CofE Primary School
Achievement Award:                             Immanuel College
Business in Schools Award:                 Bingley Grammar School
Community Involvement Award:             The Toast Ladies at Thornbury Primary School
Newcomer of the Year:                         Richard Morris of Park Primary PRU
School Improvement Award:                  Horton Grange Primary School
 

Read more about this year's Schools Awards and winners here:

http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/14336345.SCHOOLS_AWARDS_2016___GALLERY__Winners_revealed_in_our_education_oscars/

 


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Published: 11/03/2016
Audience: Everyone
Contact: Simon OHare

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