The judges will base their decisions on the following criteria from all the nominations received:
- Outstanding improvement brought about by personal/team determination and ability, including overcoming barriers to progress
- Responsiveness to the needs of pupils or stakeholders
- Effective and imaginative use of resources, including, where appropriate, the use of information and communications technology
- Evidence of significant change and improvement
- Achievements that surpass expectations or go above and beyond someone’s day-to-day work
Please note that it's the quality of the nomination, not the quantity, that our judges will be looking at.
- To recognise an outstanding support staff in Early Years, Primary, Secondary, or Post-16 level
- To recognise a student who has overcome a personal challenge and achieved success at school
- To recognise excellent support for children and the wider family pre-school, spanning children’s centres, health, childcare, and other community services
- Recognising individual, team or school achievement in a sport or outdoor activity demonstrating sportsmanship and commitment
- To recognise a young person or group excelling in an art form; including visual arts, the performing arts or music
- To recognise the important contribution made by school governors in improving education in Haringey
- To recognise students or staff who go out of their way to help others in their community
- To recognise outstanding work by a primary school pupil(s) in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) related areas
- To recognise outstanding work by a secondary school student(s) in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) related areas
- To recognise an outstanding primary class and teacher who have worked together to really stand out in every aspect of school life, either through a campaign or simply helping to make their school a better place
- To recognise an outstanding school teacher in Haringey who goes the extra mile to engage and inspire all children and young people to reach their full potential
- To recognise the exceptional work, achievement or leadership of an individual in the field of education
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