Put top teach­ers in the spot­light at our awards

Glossop Advertiser - - News - Char­lotte Dob­son

IN­SPIR­ING teach­ers will be cel­e­brated at the Greater Manch­ester Schools Awards. Four of our award cate- gories high­light head­teach­ers, teach­ers and sup­port staff who go the ex­tra mile.

The awards, now in their fourth year, are FREE to en­ter and open to all pri­mary, se­condary and in­de­pen­dent schools across the re­gion’s 10 bor­oughs.

The School Sup­port Staff of the Year is for any mem­ber of non-teach­ing school staff who has played a vi­tal role in the run­ning of the school and the hap­pi­ness and se­cu­rity of the chil­dren.

Last year Julie No­ble at Long­den­dale High School took home the award.

The Stu­dent Teacher of the Year award is open to all stu­dent teach­ers on a place­ment in Greater Manch­ester schools as part of a school or uni­ver­sity led teacher train­ing course.

In one of our most pop­u­lar cat­e­gories, the In­spi­ra­tional Teacher of the Year, we are look­ing for a teacher who has shown con­stant ded­i­ca­tion, kind­ness and un­der­stand­ing.

And fi­nally, we are on the hunt for en­tries for Head­teacher of the Year.

This award is for out­stand­ing Pri­mary and Se­condary school lead­ers, whose guid­ance and lead­er­ship help to cre­ate a dy­namic learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment, where the pupils are happy and en­cour­aged to reach their po­ten­tial.

Julie No­ble, one of last year’s win­ners

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