Tes Independent School Awards 2020: Winners revealed

Fifteen winners announced at prestigious ceremony in central London attended by key figures in independent sector

Tes indy awards winners 2020

The best of the UK's independent schools sector has been honoured at a prestigious awards ceremony in central London tonight.

The Tes Independent School Awards 2020 have recognised exceptional schools and individuals in a dazzling ceremony at the Grosvenor House hotel, in Mayfair.

Tes editor Ann Mroz said: "The UK's independent schools display some of the best teaching and learning practice in the world.

"They are a national asset, and it's a pleasure to be able to recognise some of their innovation and hard work, and to share these stories of their achievements.

"The competition this year has been exceptionally fierce with a record number of entries and each of the winners should be justly proud."

And the winners are:

• Independent School of the Year: Highgate School

 Whole-school Community Initiative of the Year: Highfield at Harrogate Ladies College

• Strategic Education Initiative of the Year: Eton College

• Sports Award: Reed's School

• Marketing Campaign of the Year: Notre Dame School, Cobham

• Best Use of Technology: Wimbledon High School GDST

• Alumni Engagement Campaign of the Year: Royal Grammar School Newcastle

• Student Initiative of the Year: St Augustine's Priory

• Independent-State School Partnership Award: Westminster School and Harris Westminster Sixth Form

• Senior School of the Year: Highgate School

• Lifetime Achievement Award: Richard Foster – Windlesham House School

• Wellbeing Initiative of the Year: Bradford Grammar School

• Boarding School of the Year: Wilds Lodge School

• Creativity Award: Notting Hill and Ealing High School

• Pre-prep School of the Year: Town Close School, Norwich

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