Nominations have now closed and the Teach Portsmouth Awards are fast approaching. As we continue our countdown we're pleased to introduce our sponsors who have helped make this year's event possible.In this article you'll find out what the Teach Portsmouth Awards mean to the University of Portsmouth, sponsor of this year's partnership award.
The Teach Portsmouth Awards recognise the achievements of education professionals in schools, colleges and organisations across the waterfront city. This year we'll be celebrating Portsmouth's star teachers, support teams and leaders at a virtual awards ceremony on Thursday 8 July.
This week Dr Catherine Carroll-Meehan, Head of School of Education and Sociology, tells us what the Teach Portsmouth Awards mean to the University of Portsmouth.
The University aims to become one of the UK's leading civic universities and to be recognised for our civic engagement through the positive differences we make across our region.Through innovative approaches and active partnerships with organisations like Teach Portsmouth, we will contribute to improving educational outcomes at schools and colleges in Portsmouth. We will also promote access to higher education that will transform life chances for young people in our city.
We are looking forward to celebrating the hard work and dedication of Portsmouth's outstanding teachers who have shown incredible commitment to supporting the city's children during the pandemic.
We are so proud of you! Your hard work and dedication, throughout COVID-19, has been outstanding. Thank you for continually investing into the lives of young people in our city - you are preparing them for a great future.