Do you know a teacher in the Rhiwbina area who deserves an award?
Students, parents, colleagues and employers are being urged to nominate teaching professionals from across Wales who have made a real difference.
The Professional Teaching Awards Cymru were launched today (Friday 22nd September) to celebrate the best in education in Wales.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams announced the return of the awards, which celebrate the commitment, dedication and hard work of teachers across Wales.
The inaugural awards were held in 2017 with over 100 nominations.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams said: “Last year we recognised some incredibly dedicated teachers and staff from all corners of the country and we’re looking forward to meeting even more inspiring individuals this year.
“Our teachers are central to our national mission to raise standards and make sure our children and young people reach their full potential.
“Nominations are now open and we would love the people of Wales to take a moment to put forward teachers and staff so we can recognise the best from across Wales.”
Nominations are open until November, with the winners announced in May 2018.
To nominate a teaching professional doing great work in your area, follow the link.
The categories are:
Supporting Teachers and Learners
School Business Manager/Bursar
Promoting Collaboration to Improve Learning Opportunities
Promoting Wellbeing, Inclusion and Relationships with the Community
Teacher of the Year
Headteacher of the Year
Outstanding New Teacher
Best use of Digital Learning
Inspirational use of the Welsh Language