Curriculum team and Headteacher nominated for 2022 Pearson National Teaching Award
On National ‘Thank a Teacher Day’ we would like to congratulate Emily Calvert, Headteacher at North Worcester Primary Academy and the trust curriculum team for their nominations in the 2022 Pearson National Teaching Awards.
Emily was nominated for Headteacher of the Year in a Primary School Award 2022 and received a certificate of excellence from the National Teaching Awards.
Emily said "It is an absolute joy to be nominated, I can hardly believe it. We work so hard across all the schools in the Academy, as a team, I truly believe we are making incredible things happen for the children in our care.
As we continue to move forward it is exciting to have the opportunity to impact so many children, change the world, and make it brighter and better. I am thrilled!"
Emily is part of the trust curriculum team who also received a certificate of excellence from the National Teaching Awards recognising their nomination for the 2022 Impact through Partnership Award.
The curriculum team was nominated for the collaborative work undertaken to devise and create a trust curriculum.
The ambitious project brought together a group of specialists from across our 15 schools, as well as communities, children, and educational experts.
The meaningful curriculum has been in action for almost a year and has been delivered to over 4600 children. It has inspired children and families to take sustainable action by organising litter picks, second-hand uniform and outfit sales, organising food bank collection points, changing their methods of coming to school and much more.
Children value what they are learning and therefore enjoy what they are learning and are more engaged in learning, helping to make them love learning for life.
Well done and thank you to everyone involved in creating and delivering our empowering and sustainable curriculum.