Outstanding for All Awards 2015
This year saw more than 300 people attended the ceremony at Alexandra Palace on Tuesday 8 December, with musical entertainment provided by Lancasterian School Samba Drummers, Rhodes Avenue School choir and Hornsey School for Girls dance group and many others.
The winners for each category are listed below.
- Achievement in Sport or Physical Activity Award
- Achievement in the Arts Award
- School Mentor Award
- Governor of the Year Award
- Overcoming Adversity Award
- School's Choice for Outstanding Academic Achievement
- Support Staff of the Year Award
- Teacher of the Year Award
- Volunteer of the Year Award
- The Councillor Egan Lifetime Achievement Award
Recognising individual, team or school achievement in a sport or outdoor activity demonstrating sportsmanship and commitment.
- Victoria Somoye-Unsby from Greig City Academy
- Damani Marcano - Fortismere School
- Sports for All - Rhodes Avenue Primary School
Recognising a young person or group excelling in an art form; including visual arts, the performing arts or music.
- Year 7 and 8 Dance Club from Hornsey School for Girls
- Sultan Stevenson - Woodside High School
- Andrea Figaro - 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.
- Jodie Bulmer and Andrea Heidari from Heartlands High School
Recognising the important contribution made by school governors in improving education in Haringey.
- Roger Knight from Crowland Primary School
- Joel Brookfield - Alexandra Primary School
- Laura Butterfield - Coldfall Primary School
To recognise a student who has overcome a personal challenge and achieved success at school.
- Hezal Yasar from Highgate Wood School
- Tom Cadle - Rhodes Avenue Primary School
- Ronak Patel - Alexandra Park School
Two students nominated by secondary schools for their outstanding academic achievement.
Eloise Land and Sumaiya Hannan - Hornsey School for Girls
Andri Boda and Asra Abdullahi - Park View School
Tila Lawton and Angelina Starcevic - Heartlands High School
Angela Oteng and Michael Owusu - Greig City Academy
Nabeel Butt and Christopher Linyard-Tough - Gladesmore Community School
Bethan Harris and Alexander Minns - Alexandra Park School
Quays Nsanji and Zakary Coleman - Fortismere School
Allanah Stapleton and Jhonattan Goncalves - The Vale School
Artem Yurov and Ola Adedokun - St Thomas More Catholic School
Akash Nundoo and Sara Chowdhury - Woodside High School
Ayomide Akindahunsi - Blanche Nevile School
Berivan Korkmaz and Rowan Juneman - Highgate Wood School
An outstanding support staff in Early Years, Primary, Secondary, and Post 16 level.
- Franck Batimba from Heartlands High School
- Sherife Tayfun - Hornsey School for Girls
- Joel Augustus - Highgate Wood School
An outstanding headteacher or teacher in Early Years, Primary, Secondary, and Post 16 level.
- Gail McKinstry from Hornsey School for Girls
Shortlisted nominees are:
- Althea Vaughn - Belmont Infant School
- Cameron Taylor - Rhodes Avenue Primary School
For the individual, group of people or organisation who supported a local school through volunteering, fundraising or other community development work.
- Rochelle Anderson from Heartlands High School
- Matthew Allen - St Thomas More Catholic School
- Jude Norden - The Willow Primary School
Recognising the exceptional leadership of an individual in the field of education in Haringey.
- Christine Witham from Rhodes Avenue Primary School
- Leon Mitchell - Highgate Wood School
- Jackie Marchant - Alexandra Park School