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Lynn News Education Awards night at Lynn Sport'Headteacher of the Year (Secondary) Runners Up ANL-141121-055236009

Lynn News Education Awards night at Lynn Sport'Headteacher of the Year (Secondary) Runners Up ANL-141121-055236009

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Here are more pictures from the Lynn News Education Awards.

Hundreds of people went along to the Lynnsport on Wednesday last week to celebrate the success and hard work being undertaken in West Norfolk schools.

Brancaster was one of the big winners of the night taking the Primary School of the Year Award and contribution to the community.

King’s Lynn Academy was named secondary school of the year with its principal Craig Morrison taking the secondary headteacher of the year award.

Middleton Primary was presented with the Environmental award with Zane Tham taking the student of the year title.

Ellie-Mae Kirby of Howard Junior School won the most improved student category with the school’s Tracey Link being named support staff of the year.

International showjumper Emily Brooker took the outstanding sporting achievement award.

Jill Fysh, of The Norman Primary school, was presented with the most inspirational teacher award with Downham Academy’s Rebecca Gladwell winning the secondary teacher category.

Ann De’ath, of Howard Infant and Nursery School, won the primary headteacher of the year award.

Organiser Mark Stanford said: “Overall we were happy with the night and it was great to celebrate the positive work being undertaken in our schools.

“We were all amazed when the nomination forms came in on what does go on in our schools by teachers, support staff and the pupils.

“A big thanks to all our sponsors, with a special mention to our overall sponsor Learning Resources, for contributing to a special night.”

PICS missing for environmental award runners-up, primary and secondary school of the year runnerss up

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Springwood High School’s Andy Johnson is congratulated by Claire Wallce, of Teach Norfolk, for being a finalist in the secondary headteacher of the year PICTURE: mlnf14af11268

John Dinmore, of Learning Rescources, announces the winners PICTURE: mlnf14af11261

Judge Michael Foot introduces the awards PICTURE: mlnf14af11250

Kim Tham receives the most improved student award on behalf of her son Zane from Roger Partridge PICTURE: mlnf14af11225