Tes Independent School Awards 2020: Winners revealed

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

Tes FE awards 2021: Deadline for entries extended

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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Dave Speck

Dave Speck is a reporter at Tes

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