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Brigid Halligan receives award of Headteacher of the Year
in a Secondary School in the North West of England

In July 2005 Brigid Halligan fcJ
was honoured by the ‘Teaching Awards Trust ’
with the
RAF award of Headteacher of the Year
in a Secondary School
in the North West of England.

Sr. Brigid acknowledges the award.




The Teaching Awards were established in 1998 and are managed by an independent charity, the Teaching Awards Trust, which aims to celebrate excellence and promote best practice in education.

Logo for The Teaching Awards.Every year, all 29,000 schools across England, Wales and Northern Ireland are invited to nominate their most outstanding headteachers, teachers and teaching assistants. Anyone – parents, pupils, colleagues, governors – can make a nomination online at Nominations must then be endorsed by the senior management team to proceed to the next stage.

Nominations are assessed by members of a Local Award Panel against a set of criteria relevant to each of the ten categories. Each Finalist is visited in their school by two Awards Panel Members. Every Finalist is invited to attend a Regional Awards Ceremony and training seminar in June and July. Every Category Winner is then invited to attend a Teaching Awards Winners’ Weekend, which culminates in the National Ceremony which is televised by the BBC as a showcase of excellence in education.

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