Outstanding for All Awards
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we did not hold the OFA awards in 2020.
The Outstanding for All Awards 2019 ceremony took place on Monday 2 December at Tottenham Hotspur FC’s impressive new stadium - see the full list of winners.
Inspirational students, talented teachers and awesome support staff packed into the Spurs’ hospitality rooms for the celebratory evening.
Now in their seventh year, the Haringey Council awards celebrate educational excellence and acknowledge notable achievements in categories such as apprenticeships, the arts, community heroism, early years education and governance.
The awards were hosted by writer, actor and broadcaster Tom Watt, who was joined on stage by students Esmee Charlesworth and Devante Seepaul-Craig.
The award presenters included a very special sporting guest, Spurs legend Ledley King who presented the Achievement in Sport Award.
Entertainment for the evening was provided by talented singers, dancers and musicians from Haringey schools, organised by Peter Desmond, head of Haringey Music Service.
Ann Graham, Director of Children’s Services commented:
The standard of entries this year was exceptionally high. They were easily among the best we’ve ever received, and it was difficult to narrow them down to a shortlist of finalists. I’d like to congratulate everybody involved on just what they’ve managed to achieve in this calendar year and look forward to similar success stories in 2020.
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