Barnet School Awards

Barnet School Awards

Barnet and Southgate College, in partnership with the London Borough of Barnet, The Barnet Borough Times and sponsored by Middlesex University and St George West London have launched the Barnet School Awards.

SPONSORED BY

Barnet Homes

The awards have been launched to celebrate the amazing and unique achievements of students and staff in Barnet schools, highlighting the great work happening in our local schools and the community.

The awards are open to anyone attending or working in a school in the Borough of Barnet.

Nominations are now closed

See pictures from the Barnet School Awards 2017 HERE

AWARD CATEGORIES

PRIMARY SCHOOLS

SECONDARY SCHOOLS

SPECIAL SCHOOLS

Governor’s Award

Governor’s Award

Governor’s Award

Inspirational Student of the Year -Sponsored by St George West London

Inspirational Student of the Year -Sponsored by St George West London

Inspirational Student of the Year -Sponsored by St George West London

Unsung Hero - Volunteers/Support staff

Unsung Hero - Volunteers/Support staff

Unsung Hero - Volunteers/Support staff

Teacher of the Year -Sponsored by Middlesex University

Teacher of the Year -Sponsored by Middlesex University

Teacher of the Year -Sponsored by Middlesex University

British Values Project of the Year - School

British Values Project of the Year - School

Youth Enterprise Award

Youth Enterprise Award

AWARDS CEREMONY 2018

DATE: Wednesday 4th July 2018

VENUE: Barnet and Southgate College, Wood Street Campus, London EN5 4AZ

TIME: 5.30-8pm

FOR MORE INFORMATION

CALL: 020 3764 4029

EMAIL: events@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk

QUOTES FROM THE BARNET SCHOOL AWARDS 2017

David Byrne, Principal of Barnet and Southgate College said:
“Congratulations to all of the shortlisted staff and pupils from all of the Barnet primary, secondary and special schools that entered our inaugural awards ceremony. Each and every one of them has shown real commitment to their school and are truly an inspiration to us all. We hope they enjoy and celebrate their recognition when they go back to their schools and we look forward to the Barnet Schools Awards going from strength to strength in the future.”

Councillor Reuben Thompstone, Chairman of Barnet Council’sChildren, Education, Libraries and Safeguarding Committee, said:
“We have many fantastic schools in Barnet and I’m delighted that the Barnet School Awards give us the chance to recognise some of their many achievements.

“Whether it’s the inspirational achievements of a particular student, or the unsung work of a member of staff, the awards are a great way for us to celebrate our whole school community.”

Elita Eliades, Head of Education Liaison and Outreach at Middlesex University Londonsaid:
“We are delighted to support and celebrate the brilliant achievements of schools in Barnet. With its unique position in north west London, Middlesex University has developed close relationships with schools in the local community, through our outreach work and through initiatives such as Make Your Mark, a campaign to engage pupils as young as 11 to think about career pathways. Year after year we transform the lives of a significant number of Barnet students who choose to study their degree at Middlesex, and we look forward to welcoming through our doors many more young people who have helped their schools gain the recognition they deserve today.”

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