The winners of this year's TES Schools Awards received their trophies - and the heartfelt admiration of their peers and a host of distinguished guests from the world of education - at a gala lunch in central London
Photo by: Eleanor Bentall
Lifetime achievement: Maureen Eastwood
TES Resources contributor of the year: Bev Evans, Pembroke Dock Community School, Pembrokeshire
Outstanding community partnership: Shimna Integrated College, Newcastle, County Down
Outstanding business partnership: Rokeby School, Newham, London
Healthy eating: Corpus Christi Catholic Sports College, Preston, Lancashire
Outstanding sporting initiative or partnership: Redwood Secondary School, Rochdale
Outstanding sustainable school or partnership: St Christopher's School, Wrexham
Outstanding ICT learning initiative or partnership: Essa Academy, Bolton
Outstanding teaching resource: Astronomy Masterclass by Andrew Jackson
Outstanding school website: Sir John Lawes School, Harpenden, Hertfordshire
Outstanding business management or financial team: The Phoenix Federation, Boston, Lincolnshire
Outstanding literacy or numeracy initiative: Chenderit School, Middleton Cheney, Northamptonshire
Outstanding leadership team: Holte Visual and Performing Arts College, Birmingham
Special school of the year: The New School at West Heath, Sevenoaks, Kent
Primary school of the year: Old Park Primary, Telford, Shropshire
Secondary school of the year and overall 2011 outstanding school of the year: Perry Beeches School, Birmingham.
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