Pearson National Teaching Awards 291121 Michael Allen and Marie Lindsay

Shared education partners both winners at 2021 Pearson National Teaching Awards

Michael Allen, Principal, Lisneal College has won The Gold Award for Headteacher of the Year in a Secondary School, alongside Marie Lindsay, former principal of St Mary’s College who has won a Gold Award in the Pearson National Teaching Awards for The Award for Lifetime Achievement.

The Shared Education partnerships between Lisneal College and St. Mary’s College, Londonderry has embraced cultural differences. Both schools have worked diligently in creating a shared education programme for pupils to overcome cultural divisions.

The Pearson National Teaching Award winners have been honoured for their incredible work supporting learners across the country. Each award winner has repeatedly gone above and beyond their role to change the lives of their students and help them move towards a brighter future.

The 2021 Pearson National Teaching Awards were founded in 1998 to celebrate excellence in UK education and showcasing commitment to changing the lives of children through learning. The Awards are open to every school across the UK.

Find out more about Pearson National Teaching Award Gold winners here.

 

30 November 2021