Celebrating our finalists
We have the great pleasure of inviting you to the fifth CTE Annual Awards Evening on Friday 11 October 2019.
Come and celebrate the completion of your PGCE year, along with your achievements at Warwick, in the company of friends and tutors from your course.
Enjoy a free evening of celebration with drinks reception, three-course meal and Awards presentation, followed by a disco! The dress code is smart.
If you're nominated for an award we'll let you know in advance too.
We are pleased to announce that this year's Guest Speaker will be Brittany Wright
After qualifying as a Secondary English teacher, Brittany led on provision for most able learners, coordinated widening participation and served as Head of English in a large secondary school. Having mentored trainee teachers and NQTs in school over a number of years, Brittany began working for the University of Warwick’s Centre for Teacher Education in 2017. Alongside her work in teacher education, she is a researcher within the University of Nottingham’s Centre for Research in Arts, Creativity and Literacies, exploring how social class and gender are implicated within the educational life histories of three generations of working-class women in a former coal-mining town. Brittany has also led on development of the primary English curriculum for a London-based MAT, as well as supporting a North London secondary school in achieving the third highest Progress 8 results in its borough. In 2018, she co-authored Engaging, Motivating and Empowering Learners in Schools with Professor Des Hewitt.