Celebrate the teachers and schools that have inspired you

Celebrate the teachers and schools that have inspired you

19 February 2013 - The Times Educational Supplement School Awards nominations are open for 2013.  The TES Schools Awards celebrate schools, individuals and teams whose dedication, innovation and hard work are making a real difference to both pupils and communities.

As a Food for Life Partnership school, we know you are doing great work around healthy eating and growing, so now is the chance to shout about the person or people who are inspiring the children.  Do you think you deserve to be ‘Primary School of the Year’ or that a member of staff should be nominated as ‘Inspirational Teacher of the Year’?  TES are asking for evidence to support any submissions for example by showing how you have increased community engagement, are your exam results improved or do you work with local businesses?  Testimonials are also very welcome.

Last year’s winners of the ‘Healthy Eating’ category were St Joseph’s Specialist School and College who gained their Gold Food for Life Partnership award in 2010, and have gone from strength to strength in showing their commitment to healthy and sustainable food. Read more about them here. This year the category has changed slightly to ‘Sport and Healthy Eating’ Award, so do share with them what you’ve been doing!

Have a look at all 18 categories and get involved and celebrate everything your school is already doing. Visit the TES Schools Awards webpage and who knows, you could be crowned ‘School of the Year’ in July.

Entries must be made by Friday 19th April and any school in the UK can be nominated.




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The Food for Life Partnership is a network of schools and communities across England committed to transforming food culture. Together we are revolutionising school meals, reconnecting children and young people with where their food comes from, and inspiring families to grow and cook food.

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