Three Harlow teachers receive national recognition in teaching awards

Burnt Mill Academy / Mon 22nd Jun 2015 at 08:25am

MORE than a dozen Essex teachers and support staff have received national recognition after being put forward following the Essex Teaching Awards.

Winners from February’s Essex Teaching Awards were put forward by Essex County Council for this year’s Pearson Teaching Awards – an annual national awards scheme that celebrates excellence in education.

Of those, 13 have now been awarded Certificates of Excellence in recognition of their work.

Other Essex teachers, nominated independently of the council, have also won accolades.

Cllr Ray Gooding, Essex County Council’s Cabinet Member for Education and Lifelong Learning, said: “I would like to offer my congratulations to all Essex teachers who have been recognised through the Pearson Teaching Awards.

“Following the success of Essex Teaching Awards earlier this year, it is excellent to now see a number of our winners also being recognised on a national level.

“We are lucky to have some fantastic teachers and support staff at schools in this county and these achievements are testament to their hard work and dedication.”

The teachers who received Certificates of Excellence at the Pearson Teaching Awards, having been nominated through the Essex Teaching Awards, were:

New Teacher

Joanna Clark

Burnt Mill Academy

Lifetime Achievement

Anne Slayford

Burnt Mill Academy

Lifetime Achievement

Angela Brister

William Martin Junior School

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