Awards for talented Primary Science teachers
10 January 2012
TALENTED teachers were recognised for their hard work during the Primary Science Teaching Awards hosted at the Association for Science Education Annual Conference 2012, with support from AstraZeneca Science Teaching Trust.
At the awards show on Saturday 7 January, eight winners were recognised for achieving excellence in primary science teaching.
Pictured are the awards winners. Photo by Martin Birchall.
Trustees from AstraZeneca Science Teaching Trust handed out the awards to the following winners for 2011:
- Cathy Daniel, from Park Hill Junior School, Croydon.
- Lesley Hunter, from Creavery Primary School, Antrim, Northern Ireland.
- Sue Martin, from Talbot House School, Bournemouth.
- Jeannette Morgan, from Muswell Hill Primary School, London.
- Katja Rudden, from Dacre Braithwaite School near Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire.
- Simon Smith, from Kells Lane Primary School, Gateshead.
- Nina Spilsbury, from Malcolm Sargent School, Stamford, Lincolnshire.
- The Keith Bishop Award (formerly The Trustees Award) went to Gareth Metclalfe from Bradshaw Hall Primary School, Stockport.
Each winner receives £1,000 for their school and £1,000 for themselves - plus a certificate and ASE Membership for one year. Look out for nomination information for the 2012 awards on this website.
Read the profiles of each of the winning candidates here.