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NQT awards evening 2019

The evening saw the coming together of our EYITT, Early Years, Primary and Secondary newly qualified teachers and many of our partner schools and Honorary Teaching Fellows. The evening began with a drinks reception and then continued into the Panorama suite at Warwick University with a lovely 3 course meal with awards being presented between courses. A total of 10 awards were awarded through the evening including our legacy awards, Nesta Howells award for outstanding endeavour and Ann Barnes award for excellence in teaching. Our keynote speaker was the lovely Brittany Wright who entertained us with a wonderful thought-provoking poem that she composed. The evening finished with many NQTs and staff trying out their moves on the dance floor.

Award winners from the night:

  • Outstanding Contribution to the EYITT Programme - Kerry Reeve
  • Outstanding Contribution to the Early Years PGCE Programme - Charlotte Rooney
  • Outstanding Contribution to the Primary PGCE - Louise Lambert
  • Outstanding Contribution to the Primary School Direct PGCE - Claire Franklin-Smith
  • Outstanding Academic Performance Secondary - Alastair Welch
  • Outstanding Contribution to the Course Secondary - Polona Tusar
  • Nesta Howells Award for Outstanding Endeavour Early Years & Primary- Radhika Gohill
  • Nesta Howells Award for Outstanding Endeavour Secondary - Sean Wilson
  • Ann Barnes Award for Inspirational Teaching Early Years & Primary - Amhan Kaur
  • Ann Barnes Award for Inspirational Teaching Secondary – Thomas Ricketts

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