Of the 17 awards handed out at the ceremony, held in central London, more than half went to Tes writers and editors.
Five Tes journalists won first prize in their nominated categories: national education journalism, outstanding use of data in education journalism, most promising newcomer to education journalism, outstanding further and vocational journalism and outstanding regional education journalism.
And four Tes writers were awarded runners-up prizes in their nominated categories.
The annual Education Journalism Awards, drawing nominees from among the best-known names in educational journalism in the national and the specialist press, is run by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.
Alison Tobin, chair of the CIPR education and skills group, said “The awards celebrate the very best in education reporting. They highlight the ability of exceptional journalists to hold policymakers and education institutions to account on a range of issues, from the lack of primary-school places to student mental health.”
Ann Mroz, Tes editor, said that she was extremely proud of her journalistic team. “Once again, the Tes team has shown that it’s the best in the business,” she said.
The full list of Tes winners is:
Julia Belgutay: outstanding further and vocational education journalism
Eleanor Busby: most promising newcomer to education journalism
Henry Hepburn: outstanding regional education journalism
William Stewart: outstanding national education journalism
Helen Ward: outstanding use of data in education journalism
And the runners-up are:
Julia Belgutay: outstanding use of data in education journalism
Adi Bloom: outstanding schools journalism
Jon Severs: award for editorial excellence
Helen Ward: outstanding national education journalist