Scottish educators on New Year's Honours List

A number of people who have made an impact on the lives of pupils and students in Scotland have been honoured
30th December 2020, 10:30pm
Henry Hepburn

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Scottish educators on New Year's Honours List

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Scottish Educators On New Year Honours List

A number of educators from Scotland have been included in the New Year Honours List.

Educators who have made a mark on nurseries, schools and further education colleges, and on children and young people's lives more generally, include:

Order of the British Empire

Professor Francis Gerard McCormac, principal and vice-chancellor, University of Stirling. For services to education and to the economy. (Stirling and Falkirk)

Companions of the Order of the Bath (CB)

Professor Bashabi Fraser. For services to education, to culture and to integration in Scotland. (Edinburgh)

Professor Petra Wend, lately principal and vice-chancellor, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. For services to higher education. (Edinburgh)

Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Philip Norman Archer, lately principal, Leith School of Art. For services to art and to education. (Edinburgh)

Anne Sally Paterson, chief education officer and head of education service, Argyll and Bute Council. For services to education. (Minard, Argyll and Bute)

Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Jacqueline Mary Bell, owner and manager, Jaybees Nursery, Lochmaben. For services to education and to charity. (Lochmaben, Dumfries and Galloway)

Nicola Black, head, Parkhead Community Nursery. For services to preschool education and to the community in Glasgow. (Burnside, Glasgow)

Cheryl-Lee Brown. For services to children and to families in Midlothian. (Livingston, West Lothian)

David Keay Dorward, chairman, Dundee Bairns. For services to children and families in Dundee. (Broughty Ferry, Angus)

Dorothy Anne Hilsley. Headteacher, Yester Primary School, Gifford. For services to education in East Lothian. (Gullane, East Lothian)

Jean Shirley Smart, director, Collin Care Group and head, Mayfield Nursery, Glasgow. For services to preschool education and to Charity. (Largs, Ayrshire)

Alexander Watt, founder and chairman, Glasgow Eagles Sports Charity Club. For services to young people with additional needs and disabilities and to community cohesion in Glasgow. (Glasgow)

Medallists of the Order of the British Empire (BEM)

Jamie Kinlochan. For services to the vulnerable during the Covid-19 response through Who Cares? Scotland. (Paisley, Renfrewshire).

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