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Teaching Assistant of the Year

The winner will be a teaching assistant who makes an outstanding contribution to the life of a school, academy or college. The judges will be looking from someone who actively engages and collaborates with others in supporting pupils’ learning and development. Please supply examples of how this person stands out from their peers.

award for innovation

We are looking for a school, academy, college or university who is developing new ways to learn with a creative, innovative and leading technology or non-technology based approach. This could be in a specific subject or a piece of innovation that has benefited the whole school. Measured success and proven outcomes would add gravitas to
your submission.

inspirational teacher/lecturer of the year (primary)

This accolade will be awarded to a Primary School teacher who brings learning to life by passionately engaging and inspiring children/young people to fulfil their potential. We are looking for a teacher who has made consistent progress across the year in terms of student development, has delivered above and beyond, this may be investing time in extra-curricular activities or in supporting a particular student or year group.

inspirational teacher/lecturer of the year (secondary)

This accolade will be awarded to a Secondary teacher/lecturer who brings learning to life by passionately engaging and inspiring children/young people to fulfil their potential. We are looking for a teacher who has made consistent progress across the year in terms of student development, has delivered above and beyond, this may be investing
time in extra-curricular activities or in supporting a particular student or year group.

star student award under 16

We are looking for a student that has either achieved academically or someone who has progressed and worked to the best of their ability to achieve results that were beyond their expectations. Or the winners could be a project team of students who are an inspirational to other pupil. The winner/s will be a model pupil/s who set and lead by example.

star student award 16+

We are looking for a student that has either achieved academically or someone who has progressed and worked to the best of their ability to achieve results that were beyond their expectations. The winner will be a model pupil who
has shown superior character and citizenship

against all odds

This award will go to an individual or group of people who rose to meet an exceptional challenge which affected themselves as individuals or their establishment during the academic year 2017/18. The judges will be looking for an individual or group of children who have overcome adversity yet who have still managed to achieve academically.

Outstanding Sporting Achievement

An award for the educational establishment (catering for any age group) that can demonstrate an outstanding commitment to both encouraging students to be active on a regular basis with a wide participation in sports and other physical pursuits and achieving success in those activities. The judges will be looking for schools/colleges/academies
who have delivered above the curriculum and can provide evidence to show success with a positive impact.

apprentice/Placement student of the year

This award will go to a student who has completed an apprenticeship within the academic year (2017-8) or is working towards an apprenticeship. Judges will be looking for someone who has made outstanding progress in both their practical work and in their studies and who have made an exceptional contribution to their workplace.

Administration/Support staff of the year

This award is for individuals or teams to recognise their outstanding contribution to supporting pupils, students, teachers and the life of the school/college/university. Examples of support roles include: administrators, technicians,
receptionists, business managers, etc. who always give exceptional service and makes a real difference to their educational establishment.

unsung hero

We are looking for that individual who everyone appreciates and values, it could be a lollypop man, dinner lady, caretaker, volunteer, a school governor or anyone who enhances the running of the school or improves the student's experience of their educational years.

lifetime contribution award

This prestigious award will go to someone who, according to the judges, has had a significant and positive impact on education in Northern Lincolnshire over a period of years. Unlike the other Telegraph Golden Apples Award categories, for the Lifetime Contribution Award there will be no nomination process or shortlist published. Only the
winner will be invited to the event.