A big hand for...the National Teaching award in each category will be chosen from the regional winners listed here;Super teachers

9th July 1999 at 01:00
Lifetime Achievement Award: Dany Adams, Maureen Davies, Elizabeth Duffy, Cynthia English, Ian Graham, Anne Jarrold, Ann Roe, Roy Samson, Laurie Shepherd, David Thomas.

Teacher of the Year - Primary: Thelma Andrews, Gail Brenton, Sally Hanks, Norma Machell, Jane Richardson, Maggie Slater, Gillian Smith, Helen Smith, Patricia Swindells, Chris Woodward.

Teacher of the Year - Secondary: Beverly Bass, Graham Bean, Jill Evans, Kate Helliwell, Alison Jones, Bob Parks, Trevor Perry, Jane Roberts, Romilda Scannelli, Graham Tyrer.

Teacher of the Year - Special: Wendy Hasnip, Alison Hermon, Sally Hicks, Kathryn Hodgson, Barbara Lynch, Susan Mather, Annabel Pinney, Mary Pittman.

Contribution to School Leadership - Primary: Pat Britton, Judith Dwyer, Jean Heslop, Wendy Jacobs, Bob Lee, Annette McGibbon, Brenda Smith, Claire Staple, Anne Stephens, Marina Taylor.

Contribution to School Leadership - Secondary: Alyson Abbott, Barbara Berryman, Irene Bishop, Sean Cormac, Peter Crook, Jean Else, Richard Gliddon, David Golder, Richard Nicholson, Helen Vince.

Dorling Kindersley Award for Best New Teacher - Primary: Sarah Bakewell, Steve Gillan, Debbie Percival, Emma Rippingale, Nicholas Swann, Jon Taylor, Joanna Tregurtha, Amanda Ward, Helen White, Flo Witcombe.

Dorling Kindersley Award for Best New Teacher - Secondary: Michelle Dunning, Richard Fletcher, Benjamen Line, Joanna Neale, Vanessa Osbourn, Paras Patel, Sarah Perry, David Waugh, Bethan Williams.

Railtrack Award for Excellence in Special Needs Teaching - Primary: Avril Armstrong, Frances Boyd, Maggie Cook, Olwen Hawkes, Debbie Hogwood, Lynda Ratcliff, Elizabeth Seddon, Inga Walters, Jane Wells.

Railtrack Award for Excellence in Special Needs Teaching - Secondary: Ann Briffa, Wendy Crockett, Jeannette Dillon, Liam Miller, Helen Owen, Jenny Shorters, Gillian Taylor, Jenny Tuck.

Camelot Award for Working with Parents and the Community - Primary: Barbara Beels, Naomi Cooper, Joyce Fitter, Marian Ham, Dennis Hardiman, Suzanne Kelly, Martyn Kitson, Gill Lemm, Clare Thomas.

Camelot Award for Working with Parents and the Community - Secondary: Sue Darke, Candy Garbett, Robert Jennings, Bryan Lawrence, Jan Lee, Jenny McBarnette, Alice Robinson, Debbie Sweet, Ian Taylor.

The Guardian Award for the Most Creative Use of ICT - Primary: Linda Benton, Kathryn Costello, Sonia Crisp, Chris Flanagan, Steven Rawlins, Diana Sperry.

The Guardian Award for the Most Creative Use of ICT - Secondary: Jonathan Boyle, Karen Godsall, Mike Lockey, Keith Parry, Andy Spong, Stuart Williams, Lawrence Williams, Classroom Assistant Award (not a national award): Beryl Amos, Mandy Fisher, Tina Fournier D'Albe, Carole Hargreaves, Jackie Hilton, Rosemary Kersey, Patricia Lickiss, Sandra McNeill, Shirley Partridge, Elaine Ryder, Ken Sanderson, Marlene Varden, Clare Voisey, Jennifer Woodland.

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