Shortlist announcement 16 May 2014 


The TES Schools Awards celebrate and reward the extraordinary innovation, dedication and hard work of those schools, individuals and teams who every day are making a real difference to the lives of future generations.  

Testimonials

WINNER: "To win the Lifetime Achievement Award at the TES Schools Award 2013 was quite simply the proudest moment in my teaching career. It was a total surprise to me as I knew conscientious teachers from all over the country had been nominated, so to be singled out for this recognition was immensely rewarding. The fact that my name was put f...
Peter Sheppard, Royal Wootton Bassett Academy, Lifetime Achievement Award 2013

WINNER: "Winning the award was truly the icing on the cake! It was the culmination of all the hard work that went into making 2012-2013 such a great year. All the staff and students worked very hard and we would like to thank the TES for deeming Adelaide School worthy of the award. Since winning the award the school has used it as a platform ...
Nic Brindle, Adelaide School, Special Needs School of the Year Award 2013
WINNER: "We were overwhelmed to win both ‘Primary School of the Year’ and ‘Overall Outstanding School of the Year’ in 2013. The awards were particularly special as they recognised the extraordinary journey of our school and commended our aspirational vision for pupils. The pupils, staff and other stakeholders at George...
Beatrix Simpson, Headteacher, George Eliot Primary School, Primary School of the Year and Overall School of the Year 2013

WINNER: "Being the best we can be in everything we do has long been one of our mantras at Eastbury. Success breeds success - winning the TES School Award for English and Literacy in 2013 has provided us with the confidence, and strengthened our resolve, to become a world-class school. The students, families, staff and governors were all justi...
David Dickson, Headteacher and Louise Hooper, Head of English, Eastbury Comprehensive School, Literacy & English Award 2013
WINNER: "St. Mary’s has always worked at the heart of its community. We believe in working with the community to raise the achievement and aspirations of our children and their families. To win this award has been such a boost for the learning community. We felt so proud to be in a category with lots of high schools and lots of fantasti...
Jenny McGarry, Headteacher, St Mary’s C.E. Primary School, Enterprise and Community Award 2013

More testimonials from St.Mary's C.E Primary School "St Mary's Primary School is a fantastic school. Winning the TES School Award for Enterprise and Community shows just how far we have come. Being a parent I feel that the school is a very successful one where parent and teachers have an excellent relationship, which has a great impact on children's learning. I was honoured to be at th...
Mecheca Mabier, Parent, St Mary’s C.E. Primary School, Enterprise and Community Award 2013
WINNER: "In June 2013 we were delighted to be informed that we had reached the shortlist of the TES School Awards for educational excellence in two categories, Science and Creativity. We felt genuinely honoured to have got this far; both staff and governors were keen to see how we would fare. Along with senior leaders in Science and Arts, I i...
Mrs Alyson Byrne, Headteacher, The Derby High School, Science Award & the Creative Award 2013


SPONSOR: "One Education is delighted to be the principal sponsor of the TES School Awards 2014. The awards fit perfectly with our values as a specialist education comp...
Kieran McDermott, Chief Executive
SPONSOR: "As a leading provider of reading management and assessment software, Renaissance Learning is proud to recognise schools' literacy achievements through sponsorship of the 2014 TES Award for Literacy and English"
Dirk Foch, Managing Director, Renaissance Learning

SPONSOR: "The British Council are delighted to sponsor this important Award which recognises and celebrates the range of creative international activities taking place across so many of our schools. The international dimensions of teaching and learning have always been at the heart of our work and we are proud, especially in our 80th annivers...
John Rolfe, Marketing Manager, British Council


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SHORTLIST ANNOUNCEMENT


Friday 16 May 2014

AWARDS

A celebration of the very best in education, a celebration of the initiatives schools take to better the lives of future generations and a celebration of the people who make these initiatives happen.

GALLERY

See a great selection of photos from the 2013 Awards in our online photo gallery.

PREVIOUS WINNERS

Join those individuals and groups who together, have produced outstanding innovation in teaching.

Important Dates:


Shortlist announcement: Friday 16 May 2014

Awards  luncheon: Friday 4 July 2014
Park Plaza  Westminster Bridge, London

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