The ENTHUSE Awards recognise outstanding teaching professionals and the effect they have on their pupils, their colleagues and the wider school. Seven teachers and technicians, who have all had a significant impact on the science teaching in their schools, won awards this year.
The winners are:
Further Education College Science ENTHUSE Award
David Swinscoe, City and Islington College
Primary School Science ENTHUSE Award – supported by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851
Sarah Dagnell, Clifton with Rawcliffe Primary School
Secondary School Science ENTHUSE Award
Samantha Bunce, George Abbot School
Further Education Science ENTHUSE Award
Ursula Lowe, Cambridge Regional College
Primary Science ENTHUSE Award
Louise Parks, Bournmoor Primary School
Secondary Science ENTHUSE Award
Daniel Tait, All Saints RC School
Technician in STEM subjects ENTHUSE Award
Rose Russell, Ursuline Academy
All these teachers and technicians have taken part in professional development through the National STEM Learning Centre, with support from an ENTHUSE bursary.
If you're a teacher, teaching assistant or technician from a state-funded school, academy or college in the UK, you can access subject specific professional development through the National STEM Learning Centre and apply for an ENTHUSE bursary towards participation costs. Since 2008, Project ENTHUSE has given over 17,000 bursaries.