2018 Shortlist announced!
FORTY FIVE teachers, governors and support workers from schools and colleges across Cornwall have been shortlisted for the Cornwall Teacher Awards 2018.
Now in its third year, there were over 1000 nominations for the awards, which recognise excellence in teaching, training and education in Cornwall.
The shortlist includes finalists from across the whole county, from St Ives to Callington.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony, held at Truro Cathedral on 4 May .
The event is run by education marketing and PR company EMPRA.
Nikki Baron, Business Development Director at EMPRA said; "These remarkable individuals are an inspiration to us all, they are changing lives and giving young people in Cornwall incredible support and encouragement – far more than is on their job description!
“To be shortlisted is a substantial achievement, so if you know any of them, please give them your heartfelt thanks and congratulations"
The Cornwall Teacher Awards have been judged by national experts.
Lifetime Achievement Award – sponsored by Cornwall College Group
*Special Award to be presented on the night*
Headteacher of the year - sponsored by Plymouth Marjon University
Mike Deacy Oak Tree School
Jan Woodhouse St Ives School
William Coleman Sennen Primary School
Outstanding Teacher of the year – sponsored by Truro & Penwith College
Rebecca Blizzard Brannel School
Rachel Laity Perranporth Community school
Kimberley Hawkings Sir Robert Gefferys School
Outstanding NQT of the year – sponsored by University of Exeter
Daniel Morse Sennen Primary School
Georgia Byrt Brannel School
Helen Law Connor Downs Academy
Teaching Assistant of the year – sponsored by Schools Week
Louise Metcalf Carclaze School
Vicci Vaughan Blackwater CP School
Jacqui Fulman Pool Academy
School Support Worker of the year – Sponsored by ACORN
Ryan Bond Richard Lander School
Sammie Swabey Callywith College
Carole Butler Penair School
Student Nominated Teacher of the year – Sponsored by Plymouth University
Kate Millatt Brannel School
Ryan Doble Newquay Junior School
Daniel Wendon Launceston College
School Governor of the year – Sponsored by FE Week
Wendy Hattam Curnow School
Clive Bramley Pool Academy
Rachel Curnow Chacewater School
Special Educational Needs Teacher of the year – sponsored by Cornwall Music Service Trust
Jo Wills South Petherwin School
Catherine Hooper Richard Lander School
Nadia Lampier Perranporth Community School
FE Lecturer of the year – Sponsored by NOCN
Claire-Marie Nevill Callywith College
Claire Trevorrow Truro & Penwith College
Rebecca Ball Duchy College
School of the year – sponsored by ICT4
Penair Secondary School
Gulval Primary School
Employer Engagement Initiative of the year – sponsored by CIOS Enterprise Adviser Programme
Stephen Maunder Cornwall College
Kym O’Mara Cornwall College
Charles Murray Acorn Academy
Pupil Well-being Initiative of the year - sponsored by – Beach Schools SW
Omari Project Newquay Education Trust
Tregolls School Tregolls School
Mark Stevens Truro & Penwith College
Sports Teacher of the year – sponsored by – Time2Move (Cornwall Sports Partnership)
Dan Budd Saltash.Net School
James Ross St Breock Primary School
Ryan Conroy Liskeard Community College
Art Teacher of the year - sponsored by Plymouth College of Art
Tamsin Titcomb St Maybyn & St Tudy CofE
Harry Bosworth Humphry Davy School
Rohanna Gomes Brannel School
STEM Teacher of the year – sponsored by Eden Project
Geoff Coles Brannel School
Lisa Johns Penrice Academy
Andrew Blizzard Brannel School
The awards will be hosted by Trevor Lee previous MD of Cornwall & Devon Media now CEO of Trevor Lee Media.
There will be a welcome address from Lisa Mannall - South West Regional Schools Commissioner.
Nikki Baron said; “We have had so much support from Cornwall’s education community, and from further afield – once again it’s been a brilliant experience, and we’re really looking forward to the event on the May 4th ”
2017 picture gallery