School Awards 2022: all the winners

The winners of the third annual Daily Echo School Awards in association with United Taxis were announced today following an influx of over 700 nominations.

The awards were created to recognize and celebrate the incredible work being done in area schools.

Tracy Hayden, Director of Publicity at Newsquest, told us: “It is important that we honor the winners and recognize the hundreds of people who have been nominated by our readers, including the worthy shortlisted nominees who have been announced. last week “.

The prize winners are:

Secondary Teacher of the Year (sponsored by the BCP Council): Amanda Leach – Queen Elizabeth School

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Continuing Education Award (Sponsored by Lewis Manning): – Bob Salter – Lytchett Minster School

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Leadership Award:- James Lumber – Kingsleigh Primary School

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Lifetime Achievement Award (sponsored by Harvest Fine Foods):- Neil Cornick – Corfe Hills School

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Newcomer of the Year Award (Sponsored by Breeze Suzuki): Carol Clothier – Stourfield Infants School

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Nursery School Team Member of the Year (sponsored by Bournemouth Airport): – Stephanie Parrett – All Saints Nursery

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Online Teacher/Teaching Assistant of the Year (Sponsored by Goadsby): Ms Charlotte Harris – Avonwood Primary School

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Primary School Teacher of the Year (sponsored by Supply Tree Recruitment): Liz Gadsby – Winton Primary School

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STEM Teacher of the Year (sponsored by NMSB):- Andrew McVean – Glenmoor and Winton Academy

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Support Staff Member of the Year (Sponsored by United Taxis): – Elizabeth Parkin – Glenmoor & Winton Academy

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Teaching Assistant of the Year (sponsored by The Lighthouse):- Chloe McGoldrick – Livingstone Academy

Angela Boyer, who organized the awards, said: “The awards recognize staff who play such an important role in the development of children and young adults. From support staff to headteachers, we were able to witness the passion and enthusiasm for children’s education throughout the conurbation among the hundreds of applications we received”.

Those who won in the eleven different categories were quick to point out that they were part of a team, with Liz Gadsby from Winton Primary School saying: “I want to say a big thank you to the support staff of all the schools”.

Elizabeth Parkin, who won the Support Staff Member award, said: “I work with an incredible team at Glenmoor and Winton Academy.”

Stephanie Parrett of All Saints Nursery wanted her whole team included in the photo that featured in the shortlist supplement, and after winning the nursery school award she said: “I see this as a reward for the hard work, skill and dedication of the entire team here at the Nursery.”

Many winners also cited the children and families they work with, with Bob Salter of Lytchett Minster School mentioning the “fantastic group of students” he teaches.

Carol Clothier, who won the Newcomer of the Year award, explained how she was so well received in her first teaching job, not only by staff but also by children and parents.

Thanks again to our title sponsor, United Taxis and all of our other category sponsors who have helped make these awards possible.

The Daily Echo would also like to thank everyone who took the time to name all the wonderful people who work with our children and youth in the region to ensure they receive the education they deserve.

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