Kent Teacher of the Year 2020
Nominations are open for Kent Teacher of the Year!
Who is an unsung hero at your school or college? Make sure you nominate them for a Kent Teacher of the Year Award!
There are categories for every role from teachers to technicians, careers advisers to caretakers, business managers to bursars... even volunteers will have their moment to shine.
Anyone can make a nomination whether you’re a parent, a student, or a member of staff at a college or a primary, secondary or special school in Kent.
Winners will be treated to an awards dinner at the Mercure Maidstone Great Danes Hotel in May.
Click here to vote for your favourite before the 1st March deadline.
You don’t have to be a classroom veteran with years of educational experience to have a chance of winning one of this year’s Kent Teacher of the Year Awards.
That’s the message from three of the judging organisations.
Representatives of judging organisations Canterbury Christ Church University, Specialised Sports Products and financial services firm Kreston Reeves are urging you to send in nominations now, and have pointed out that there are categories for individuals at all levels of experience – including non-teaching staff.
Each organisation is spearheading the search for winners in a different category: the university is seeking nominations for newly qualified teachers; Kreston Reeves is looking forward to finding outstanding school business managers; and Specialised Sports Products is overseeing the sports category.
Organised by the KM Charity Team, the awards aim to showcase the dedication and innovation of benchmark educators from across Kent and Medway.
There will be separate awards for the county as a whole, its different districts, and for primary, secondary and further education.