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Tes Schools Awards 2018: The winners

The full list of winners for the tenth Tes Schools Awards

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The full list of winners for the tenth Tes Schools Awards

Tonight was one of the biggest evenings in the education calendar: the Tes Schools Awards 2018.

The awards celebrate the extraordinary commitment, quality and innovation shown by teachers and support staff across the UK. And this year the night was more special than ever, marking 10 years since the event was first launched.

Hosted by comedian Al Murray, the gala ceremony took place at London’s Grosvenor House hotel.

The overall school of the year was won by Pen Green Centre for Children and their Families in Corby, Northamptonshire, and Denise Fox, from Fulham Cross Girls' School, in south-west London, was honoured with a lifetime achievement award.

As well as picking up the secondary school of the year award, Kensington Aldridge Academy, in North Kensington, West London, received a special services to education award in recognition of its extraordinary response to the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

The full list of winners is:

Early years setting of the year

Pen Green Centre for Children and their Families, Corby

Primary school of the year

Eldon Primary School, Preston

Secondary school of the year

Kensington Aldridge Academy, North Kensington

Alternative provision school of the year

Brookside Academy, Street

New teacher of the year

Caroline Keep (Penketh High School, Warrington)

Headteacher of the year

Jane Nolan (Ormiston South Parade Academy, Grimsby)

Employer of the year

Longwood Primary Academy, Harlow

English teacher or team of the year

Wyndham Primary Academy, Derby

Innovative use of technology to influence outcomes

Seaview Primary School and Nursery, Belfast

Maths teacher or team of the year

Ormiston Chadwick Academy, Cheshire: Nicola Whiston

Science, technology and engineering teacher or team of the year

Gomer Junior School, Gosport

International award

Brighton College, Brighton

Sustainable schools award

Victoria Park Primary, Bedminster

Community and collaboration award

Brookside Academy, Street

Healthy school of the year

Birtenshaw School, Bolton

Creative school of the year

Formby High School, Liverpool

Overall school of the year

Pen Green Centre for Children and their Families, Corby 

Lifetime achievement award

Denise Fox, Fulham Cross Girls’ School, Fulham

Special services to education award

Kensington Aldridge Academy, North Kensington

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