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We’re recognising and rewarding the teachers and teams raising education standards and making a real difference to students’ lives across the UK.
It’s easy to recognise examples of great teaching practice, but getting this down on paper and accurately conveying the hard work of individuals and teams is much more difficult. Nominations for the 2016 TES Schools Awards have opened, so here is some advice on how to put together a winning entry.
The headteacher of Shrubland Street Primary School, in Leamington Spa, tells us what it meant to win the 2015 TES Schools Award for Healthy School of the Year.
The winner of the TES Award for blogger of the year, Nancy Gedge, author of the Diary of a Not So Ordinary Boy blog about her son with Down’s syndrome, ruminates on her victory.
TES visits its primary of the year – and meets a menagerie.
Sevenoaks School in Kent, previous winners of the science award.
Alternative provision? You ain't seen nothing yet...
Treviglas Community College in Newquay, Cornwall, whose innovative academies approach won them the enterprise and community award.