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.
STEPPING up to the plate, interim St Sampson’s High School head teacher Adrian King helped the school through lockdown – for this he has been nominated for the Pride of Guernsey Teacher of the Year award, sponsored by HSBC.
A COLLEAGUE, a friend and her sister have all nominated Aimee Louise Scullion for the Pride of Guernsey Teacher of the Year
A Year 4 teacher at Amherst Primary School, Ms Scullion has been put forward for the HSBC-sponsored award due to her mode
A TEACHER who will do anything to make her students feel happy and comfortable is how one parent described Aisling Golland.
DESCRIBED as a wonderful addition to Castel Primary School, Alexander Holloway has been nominated for Teacher of the Year.
KIND-HEARTED is how Angela Russell has been described by parent and nominator for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award Emma Le Cheminant.
YEAR 6 teacher Ceri Price has been nominated for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award.
She was put forward for being the ‘perfect teacher’ by parent Daniel Ormrod, whose son was taught by Mrs Price before he left this year for his big move in
A TUTOR at St Sampson’s High’s Communication and Autism Service Base has been nominated for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award.
Daniella Lowe was nominated by the Bougourd family, for whom Andrea Bougourd said they could not thank her enoug
TWO parents have nominated Amherst Primary School teaching assistant Debbie Baker for continually being an inspiration during lockdown.
‘A LEGEND’ is how some of Deborah Hollingworth’s students have described her.
She has been nominated for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award by several of her students, who are hopeful the St Sampson’s High School media teacher will win
A WHOLE class full of students have nominated Emma Porterfield for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award.
The popular St Sampson’s High School English teacher was nominated by more than 30 students, who described her as ‘the best’, with ‘a
‘MY DAUGHTER pretends all the dolls are her teachers,’ one nominator enthused of the staff at Hillside Pre-School in St Andrew’s.
A TEACHER who breathes life into his lessons is how one parent described Blanchelande College’s Hugh Tabel.
ONE student has gained a new pen-pal in her teacher, Jen Ashworth, who told her student she could be contacted at any time of the day.
AS LOCKDOWN saw many other professions work from home, two St Sampson’s High School supply teachers, Jim Cobb and Dave Le Page, still came in to school to help out.
A DEPUTY HEAD TEACHER who goes ‘above and beyond’ in her job has been nominated for the Teacher of the Year award.
Jo Atkinson of Elizabeth College’s Acorn House has been described as a true superstar and a fantastic leader for the school by her no
A TEACHER who does a ‘sterling job’, Julie Conchar, has been nominated for the HSBC-sponsored Pride of Guernsey Teacher of the Year award.
LEE FORSHAW has been put forward for the Pride of Guernsey HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award for his role as a football coach for Sylvans Minis.
THE HSBC-sponsored award for Teacher of the Year has received a new nomination in the form of Castel Primary School head teacher Linda Paley.
LUKE BENNALICK has been nominated for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award.
NICOLA INGROUILLE has been nominated for Teacher of the Year for her time at the Guernsey Grammar School and Sixth Form Centre as an assistant head teacher with maths as her specialist subject.
Also heavily involved in the inclusion and safeguarding depa
FOR teaching in a very calm and ‘awesome’ way is the reason put forward for the nomination of Sarah Tennant for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award.
SAVANNAH KING, who works as a learning support mentor as part of the behaviour team at St Sampson’s High School, has been put forward for the award by two students, Codie Le Flem and Jake Le Flem.
SCIENCE and art leader Scott Le Page is a teacher who shines.
Nominated for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award by parent Susie Bray for his role at La Mare de Carteret Primary School, Mr Le Page is said to engage with the children on their leve
SERENA ACE-HOPKINS has been nominated for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the Year award for being a ‘role model’ at two schools.
ONE student has nominated her maths teacher for a HSBC-sponsored Pride of Guernsey award.
The student, who wishes to remain anonymous, said Les Beaucamps High School’s Sion Dell deserved to win Teacher of the Year for keeping classes fun and always bei
BEING a wonderful teacher who made lockdown and home-schooling fun and achievable is the reason why a Year 1 teacher at Acorn House Junior School has been nominated for Pride of Guernsey.
Sophie Dorey was put forward for the HSBC-sponsored Teacher of the