In a series of two articles, we showcase the winners from new award categories. Sarah Jane Whatling is an early years professional at the Parade Community Preschool. Sarah talks about winning the early years and childcare award and what it means to her.
The recent Teach Portsmouth Awards was a fantastic event showcasing the very best education professionals in Portsmouth. The event took place at the Portsmouth Guildhall on Thursday 29 June. The introduction of two new categories this year for governor and early years and childcare enabled more diverse education professionals and volunteers to be recognised at the event.
Teachers, support teams and leaders from schools and colleges came together at Portsmouth Guildhall on Thursday 29 June to celebrate their achievements in 12 award categories. The Teach Portsmouth Awards is a fantastic opportunity to recognise colleagues across the city and we would like to thank our valued sponsors for making this event possible.
The Teach Portsmouth Awards returns this month to celebrate the achievements of school and college staff across 12 exciting award categories. Ahead of this year's ceremony, we're sharing a special message for our long service award recipients from category sponsor, the National Education Union (NEU).
From superstar support staff to top teaching talent, classroom heroes in schools and colleges across the city have been shortlisted in 11 award categories as part of the Teach Portsmouth Awards.
With online nominations opening in January, schools and colleges from across Portsmouth are busy nominating their staff and teams. In this update, we spotlight nominations, introduce our sponsors and award categories.
Over the last few months, we have been showcasing the winners of the Teach Portsmouth Awards 2022. Returning annually, the awards celebrate the achievements of teachers, support staff and leaders across the city.
We continue to showcase the winners of the Teach Portsmouth Awards 2022 which celebrated the amazing teachers, leaders and support staff in Portsmouth's schools and colleges. A series of blog articles looks at the successes of the winners and their stories for getting into teaching.
The Teach Portsmouth Awards return on Thursday 29 June 2023 to celebrate education excellence in the city. This year's ceremony will see even more people recognised including two new categories for early years professionals and governors.
It's that time again when we ask Portsmouth to nominate a teacher, learning support assistant or head teacher who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in their school or college. The people's choice award shines a light on staff in our communities who support children and young people.
Every year, the Teach Portsmouth Awards recognise and celebrate the city's teachers, learning support assistants, teams and senior leaders. In an ongoing series of blogs, we're revisiting the winners from this year's ceremony to learn more about their successes.
We're continuing our series of blog posts introducing the winners from this year's Teach Portsmouth Awards which celebrated the amazing teachers, leaders and support staff in Portsmouth's schools and colleges.
In an ongoing series of articles, we present the winners of the Teach Portsmouth Awards 2022. In this edition, we speak to Deborah de Caen from Admiral Lord Nelson School (ALNS) who won the teaching assistant of the year award.