Staff in teaching jobs
from Suffolk and Essex are among the finalists in this year's esteemed Teaching Awards, a local news report has said.
According to the East Anglian Daily Times, Cathryn Benefer, from Bramfield primary school in Halesworth, Suffolk, will compete for Head teacher of the Year in a primary school, while four nominees from Essex have been nominated for Teacher of the Year in a secondary school.
They are: Daniel Browning, from the Tendring Technology College; Nick Farn, from The Sandon school in Chelmsford; Dr Paul Thomas, who works at Chelmsford's New Hall school and Kara Wren, of Maltings academy in Witham.
The inspirational teachers will compete at a ceremony that will take place at the Rhodes Arts Complex in Hertfordshire on June 24.
In other news, Nusrat Mohammed, a maths teacher at a faith school in Blackburn, has been named Teacher of the Year in the first ever Association of Muslim Schools UK awards, local newspaper the Citizen has reported.
Posted by Tim Colman