Outstanding for All Awards 2014
A grand awards event was held at Alexandra Palace on 9 December to recognise those students, teachers, schools and groups who have performed outstandingly and made Haringey proud.
The winners for each category are listed below.
- Schools Choice for Academic Achievement
- School Mentor Award
- Achievement in the Arts Award
- Achievement in Physical Activity Award
- Overcoming Adversity Award
- Celebrating Diversity Award
- Community Organisation Award
- Supporting Sustainability Award
- Contribution to Early Years Award
- Unsung Youth Award
- The Councillor Egan Lifetime Achievement Award
List of award winners
- Serena Millen and Matthew Yick - Alexandra Park School
- Fiona Mitchell and Elliot Demetriou-Coffey - Fortismere School
- Rozerin Isik and Imani Palmer - Gladesmore Community School
- Daria Wilk and Sharif Matovu - Grieg City Academy
- Naiima Muyadin and Pamela Fernandez - Haringey 6th Form Centre
- Leart Shabani and Mayowa Akinyemi - Heartlands High School
- Lucy Newbold and Amjad Dookhy - Highgate Wood School
- Isatou Cates and Shanjida Ahad - Hornsey School for Girls
- Done-Helen Dogan and Mahli Jacobs-Peters - Northumberland Park School
- Sarawut Thammphol and Narimane Rebhaoui - The Octagon Academy
- Cem Osman and Alfie Whiteman - Park View
- David Anosike and Wardah Peeroo - St Thomas More School
- Tyler Mustafa and Kader Torbartor - Woodside High School
Recognising an outstanding student who has worked tirelessly to support and make a real difference for their peers and their school as a whole. A young person who is looked up to by other students.
- The winner is Jadon Anderson from Heartlands High School
- Honey McCloy, Jess Renton and Ava Todd from Roksely Junior School
Recognising a young person or group excelling in an art form; including visual arts, the performing arts or music.
- The winner is Dawit Zerai from Greig City Academy
- Shafaq Sultana - Woodside High School
- Senior Choir - Hornsey School for Girls
Recognising individual, team or school achievement in a sport or outdoor activity demonstrating sportsmanship and commitment.
- The winner is Angus Pedersen - Alexandra Park School
- Mariam Matovu - Heartlands High School
- Sports for All - Rhodes Avenue Primary School
To recognise a student who has overcome a personal challenge and achieved success at school.
- The winner is Nimra Butt from Hornsey School for Girls
- Tony Swain - Woodside High School
- Aymene Chouam - Mulberry Primary School
For a school, individual or project demonstrating outstanding commitment to celebrating diversity.
- The winner is Narrative Eye
- Ken Serukenya - Alexandra Primary School
- Rhodes Avenue Primary School
For a community organisation with links to a Haringey school, that has made an outstanding contribution to the development and ongoing success of the school.
- The winner is Age UK Haringey
Shortlisted nominees are:
- Dalwardin Babu - St Paul's and All Hallows' and St Francis de Sales Primary Schools
For a school or project which is successfully meeting the challenge of educating responsible citizens including commitment to healthy living, environmental awareness and community involvement and citizenship.
- The winner is Parents Integration Through Partnership Project
- Healthy Schools Project - Alexandra Primary School
For the early years practitioner or provider that has delivered outstanding services for pre school age children.
- The winner is Peter Catling - Woodlands Park Nursery School
- Myllia Patsalou, Yvonne Robinson and Elena Carballel from Park Lane Children's Centre
- The Devonshire Hill Nursery and Primary School
A student who has made a valuable contribution to the wider community in Haringey – by volunteering, fundraising, building bridges or championing community achievements.
- The joint winners are Amira Ali from Hornsey School for Girls and Kiew Hoang
- Odaine Hivey
Recognising the exceptional leadership of an individual in the field of education in Haringey.
- The winner is Kenneth Henry - The Octagon AP Academy
- Ray Floyd - St Francis de Sales Primary School
- Melisha Trotman - Crowland Road Primary School
The Outstanding for All Awards were first held on 3 December 2013 at Alexandra Palace.
To find out more about the event, including photos and videos of the award winners, take a look at our 2013 Awards page.