Recognising achievement in Haringey education
Do you know any unsung heroes whose efforts in education should be rewarded? Whether they are students doing their best, support staff dedicated to lending a helping hand or teachers going above and beyond their duty, we want to hear about them!
Nominations are now open for Outstanding for All 2019, Haringey’s awards recognising educational achievement in the borough and the people helping to make it all possible.
The annual awards – now in their seventh year – celebrate the hard work and dedication of students, teachers, support staff, governors and volunteers who make Haringey education what it is. The awards range right across the educational spectrum, ensuring that the whole school system is represented.
Nominations are open until Friday 18 October 2019, ahead of the award ceremony on 2 December 2019. Awards will be presented in the following 12 categories:
• Teacher of the Year
• Early Years Champion
• Support Staff of the Year
• Governor of the Year
• Overcoming Adversity
• STEM Achievement – Primary
• STEM Achievement – Secondary
• Achievement in Sports
• Achievement in the Arts
• Apprentice of the Year
• Community Hero
• The Councillor Egan Achievement Award
You can make your nominations here: www.haringey.gov.uk/ofa-nominate
Cllr Zena Brabazon, Haringey Council’s Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Children and Families, said:
Every year the Outstanding for All Awards are an amazing and uplifting celebration of our wonderful students, school staff and teachers and the inspiring work that they do. Whether it’s success in sport and arts or someone who has gone the extra mile in the face of a challenge, we want to celebrate our young people and our fantastic school community. If there’s an unsung hero you want to shine a spotlight on, please nominate them now.
Check out last year’s winners here: www.haringey.gov.uk/2018-winners