Teacher of the Year

There are good teachers and then there are great teachers. This award seeks to recognise those who have inspired countless children through innovative teaching methods, making learning fun and creating an enjoyable, warm and friendly learning environment.

Winners could include those across all school ages, including adult education. They may have spent decades at the same school, offering stability and familiarity, or be a newcomer to the profession, bringing clever and engaging methods to the classroom.

Our teachers can have a huge influence on the lives of those they teach and it is high time they were honoured.

Nominees

Teacher of the Year: Aletia Hagedorn

‘KIND and genuine’ psychology teacher Aletia Hagedorn has received two nominations for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award.

Teacher of the Year: Anne Hodgkinson

ANNE HODGKINSON has been nominated for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award.

Teacher of the Year: Bonny Murray

‘PHENOMENAL’ Bonny Murray has been nominated for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award.

Teacher of the Year: Katey Cheshire

KATEY CHESHIRE has been nominated for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award.
Katey started her role as academic administrator at The Ladies’ College Sixth Form in September last year.

Teacher of the Year: Le Rondin School

ALL teachers and learning support assistants at Le Rondin School have been nominated for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award.

Teacher of the Year: Michelle Snow

‘INSPIRATIONAL’ Michelle Snow has been nominated by students Neva Hockey and Jack Turton for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award.

Teacher of the year: Patricia Fox

A TEACHER who is said to go the extra mile for students have been nominated for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award.
As a teacher of philosophy and ethics for six years at Les Beaucamps High School, Patricia Fox focuses on allowing her students

Teacher of the year: Rebekah Kellow

A WOMAN described as a figure of relentless optimism at the Grammar School and Sixth Form Centre has been nominated as HSBC Teacher of the Year.
As well as teaching psychology and sociology, Rebekah Kellow is a special education needs coordinator for the

Teacher of the Year: Shannen Higgins

SHANNEN HIGGINS has been nominated for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award by one of her Year 6 students at Hautes Capelles Primary School.

Award in association with