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He's a hero to me, and I know he's a hero to all our school community.

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She's brilliant and I think this school is very lucky to have her.

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He has ignited a passion for learning. He has made us like the

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best ever. She's exciting, she's enthusiastic, she motivates us all.

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She has an aura that sparkles. You're the best teacher in the

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world ever. From the Palace Theatre, London, it is the 2011 Teaching

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Awards. Ladies and gentlemen, please

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welcome your host for the evening, Thank you.

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APPLAUSE Thank you very much.

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Welcome to the 2011 Teaching Awards, supported by Pearson.

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How lovely. I'm so honoured to be back this year, among the

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superstars of the teaching profession. That's right. We're

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here tonight to recognise the true brilliance of teachers, yes you

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really do change lives. Together with Teaching Assistants and

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headteachers, you are the people who the next generation of kids are

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depending on. Back stage we have fabulous stars ready to present the

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awards. Hollywood actress, Minnie Driver, comedian, Al Murray,

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fashion designer, Dame Vivianne Westwood is here. Actor David

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Morrissey, and Downton Abbey's Elizabeth McGovern. Plus a

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performance from the soul singing sensation, Beverley Knight.

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Fantastic. We have brought together winners from Northern Ireland,

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Scotland, England and Wales, to see who is the top of the class across

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the UK. Some education news just in, it is very, very hard to believe,

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but this is all true, OK. It is all true! Every single word is true. It

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is all about the education industry, ladies and gentlemen.

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Congratulations to Lord Sainsbury, who has just become the new

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Chancellor of Cambridge University. Wolverhampton University have

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appointed the Duke of Asda as theirs, but have received a firm no

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from the mark kiss of Lidl. The head of the Independent Schools

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Council claims one in five secondary school pupils learns

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nothing. What it didn't say is many of these young people go on to

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study nothing at university. Indeed some of them end up with highly

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successful careers in politics! APPLAUSE

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Research claims that excellent teefplers can boost test results by

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- teachers can boost test results by 45%. One of those teachers

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pointed out it was 44.9% recurring. Parents looking for decent schools

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for their children are being urged by Elizabeth McGovern to go go,

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have you heard this, just what you need, you're on-line, and the bloke

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with the beardy tache comes out and sipbgs

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# Don't send them there # The teaching's crap

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# Don't send them there Let's get down to business. The

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first award this evening is for the Special Needs Teacher of the Year,

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it is for someone who combines great specialist knowledge with

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imminence patience and compassion. To present the award is an Oscar-

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nominated Hollywood actress, perfecting her Welsh accent at the

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moment to play an inspirational drama teacher, please welcome,

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Minnie Driver. Hello. Hello. Doesn't she look fabulous? So you

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have been playing an idealistic drama teacher what is the film

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called? It is called Hunky Dory, it is illusion. How is the accent?

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Fabulous. Lush. You think it is fabulous, I'm not going to lie to

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you, it is. You're a Teaching Awards ambassador,

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what does that mean? It means that I had an amazing education, and I

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like talking about that. I like talking about the teachers that I

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had. I have been part of paub's Champions For Change programme in

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America, I wanted to come and get involved here because this is where

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I'm from. Fantastic. Could you tell us who has actually won? Yes I can.

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I'm delighted to present this award to a truly remarkable winner, the

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Special Needs Teacher of the Year is Simon Roberts. From Selworthy

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School in Taunton. Sell Worty school is an all-age special school,

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the young people have a - Sellworthy have an all-age school,

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there is 90 members of staff, but only one Simon. Music is in my

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blood, it is my first language. It is part of my back depon bone, I

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use it seven days a week, as a - my backbone, I use it seven days a

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week, as a teacher and therapist. At the age of ten I unfortunately

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lost my father. I became a little bit distressed and off the rails

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because of this, music became the only friend I had. Instead of

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bashing the walls I would bash a piano.

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# Hello to Natalie. I went on to study music and mental

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health nursing. And then did my teacher training. And thankfully

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found a school like this that was willing to combine all those skills

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into one job. My daughter's name is Jessie, she's eight years old, and

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she has autism. I want to thank Simon for giving me the ability to

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see Jessie through his eyes. In doing that it has meant that I have

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been able to tap into her world and be the parent to her that I could

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only ever have dreamt of being without Simon's intervention.

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morning everybody. Don't you lot laugh. It is, ballet. Versus,

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street dance. Music is a unique tool, accessible to all children,

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even considering some of the difficulties the children have. I

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know that music therapy works. Give me some skin, brother, nicely done.

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When I was at school, I was shy and I wasn't very confident, and I

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wasn't very well, which made school really hard. Simon really made

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music fun, I loved being here, and it made me really confident. When

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Natalie left here she could stand in front of the whole school and

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sing, that is such an achievement, only Simon could have done that.

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Everything he does he does with every ounce of energy in his soul,

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and transfers it to all the young people here, they benefit and grow

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as a result. It is hard work, and can be emotionally draining, but

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the rewards are priceless. Ladies and gentlemen, our Special

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Needs Teacher of the Year, Simon Roberts.

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APPLAUSE Well done.

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Wow. They said don't get emotional. This is ace, this is absolutely

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amazing, I'm truly honour today receive this. I wouldn't be here

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without the nomination from the headteacher from Selworthy School,

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caren, who you saw speak. All my friends, all my Karen, who you saw

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speak in the feature there, all my friends, my family, and all the

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people, and to my mum. Thank you very much indeed.

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Now it's time to give an award that recognises a school team for the

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amazing and innovative work they do. To announce the winner we invite an

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actor working in television since the age of 16, you have seen him in

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The Deal, South Riding, is there no end to his talents, now he's

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filming Richard II, welcome David Morrissey.

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APPLAUSE Hello. Nice to see you. You too.

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an actor you have played many, many dark roles, I believe you played a

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character called The Scarecrow once? I did, a wonderful teacher

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called Miss Kel, from my junior school, St Margaret and Mary's in

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Liverpool. She cast me as the Scarecrow in the wiz standard of oz.

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One of my favourite memories at the age of 8, singing in front of a

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loud of Scouse kids "If I Only Had a Brain". So I had a lot of kids

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asking me if I had a brain. have established an educational

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trust called Cast? A couple of years ago I was asked by the UN to

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provide drama workshops for children in refugee camps around

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the world. I went to Lebanon and Beirut. Like the last award winner

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we saw, that education can be given in many ways, and we take it for

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granted. Not everyone has it. My charity Cast is going to Sri Lanka

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and South Africa, and do what we have in this country all the time,

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which is teaching and learning in different ways, not just having the

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children behind the desk. That deserves a round of applause.

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Please tell us who the winner is. Team of the Year. The Outstanding

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School Team of the Year. Is the PE Department at Dyffrn Taf in

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Whitland. The staff at Dyffrn Taf are made up

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of four key members of staff. The greatest strength is the way in

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which they work together, collectively they are exceptionally

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strong. We are a mixed bunch, but we do have the same vision.

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Everyone brings something different to the team. The most important

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thing you can do for students is to be a positive role model, and make

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sure that the students harness that positive energy. He's really good

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fun to be around, he always supports you in what you do, no

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matter ping pong or rugby on the pitch. What we do in this

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environment is try to encourage children to design their own

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circuit, if you like, as opposed to it being prescriptive, and in many

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ways, old fashioned and traditional. Miss Roberts is really fun in the

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PE lessons, she's exciting, enthusiastic, she motivates us all.

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Dancing is something that is really popular, especially with the girls

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that maybe are not into games activities not so much. So we try

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to introduce as much of that as possible.

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Mr Blain has really gone to town on the IT! I use the video analysis

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tools for the students within cricket. It enables the students to

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analyse their own technique and analyse the technique of others.

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we're looking at what is a skilled performer today. Mrs Philips seen

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as the organiser within the department, she also focuses on

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bringing together the academic side. As a department we offer a very

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broad range of teaching styles. You can be really creative with your

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methods of delivery. I think as a department we bring an enthusiasm

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to the subject. Even the weakest sports person will feel special in

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the PE environment. We have all got our individual strengths, but

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everyone is very supportive of each other. We have a lot of fun, there

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is a lot of laughter in that staff room. We have a saying here in the

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PE Department, if you could change the eyes wees and the minds for a

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was, you could start to build a real team. So let's give a round of

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applause for the PE Department from My goodness me. We just would like

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to thank everybody for presenting us with this award this evening. We

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can't believe it is real. We were saying earlier you don't actually

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see the opposition until this evening, if you want to call them

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that, that is a sporting term for us. A team is really important for

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everybody to be successful, it is not just about us, there is loads

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more people that make up our team, it is just recognition of all the

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hard work and everything that has gone on before us. Hopefully we

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Now we come to the award for Headley Teacher of the Year, it is

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the great headteacher - Headteacher of the Year. It is the great head

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teachers that lead schools. We asked The One Show, Rhys Jones and

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James Jordan from Strictly to step off the dance floor and go

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undercover. We are here at Chingford Hall Primary School to

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present this rather lovely award to Headteacher of the Year, 2011.

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think I deserve one of these, any way, we have left the bright lights

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of Strictly behind, and we are here today to surprise a real star.

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Let's find out what makes our winner, Mrs Pat Davies really

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special. In 2007 we were one of the worst schools in the country. As a

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parent myself, I wouldn't have wanted my children to come to this

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school. Pat's vision was for us to be an outstanding school.

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doesn't tolerate second best, because these children only get one

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chance. My mantra used to be, if you're not here for the children,

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Jews get on the bus and go somewhere else. Oh, late.

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We have quite a large estate near to the school, it is an area of

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high depravation, lots of unemployment and crime. There is a

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certain stigma attached to em - the pupils that come from the estate.

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At the school we want to make sure the pupils have positive role

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models who they can be inspired by, and who they can say I want to

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become like that person one day. is about every child developing

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confidence and self-esteem, and being happy and confident in

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themselves. Where preon the last meeting of the school council.

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represent the school and get people's ideas to what they wanted

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aed to the school or taken away from the school. Giving children a

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voice is so important, because this is their school. The children are

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really involved in the decision- making within the school. As are

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the staff as well and the parents. Everybody contributing.

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celebrate many cultures at Chingford Hall. Me and my family

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are from Cyprus, we came here three years ago. We have a daughter, she

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is in year 3 now, she was very shy. At this school, the biggest change

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was her confidence, it has been increased a lot. Ofsted, we did get

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out of 31 areas we got 30 outstanding. It meant an awful lot

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to everyone at the school, children, parents, staff, I think it was

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really deserved as well. Something inside so strong

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We have a lot of people now wanting to send their children to Chingford

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Hall school, in the past it was one of those schools that would be the

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bottom of your list. She's just the right person for the job, she's

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brilliant. I think this school is very lucky to have her. The pupils

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see her as a second mum. Some of them as a first mum. And they look

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up to her. Just brilliant, and there is so many other words I want

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to say, but, yeah, main one would be brilliant. I would say, fan it

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is acal. - tan it is aical. That is why

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she's Headteacher of the Year 2011. The whole school is in the middle

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of the school assembly. Shall we go Mrs Davies. Hi.

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So sorry to inter interupt your assembly. We have something very

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special we would like to give you. If you would like to come into the

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middle of us. Congratulations you have been named Headteacher of the

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Year 2011. Thank you. # You're amazing

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# Just the way you are OK, I'm just overwhelmed, thank you

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so much, and thank you parents as well for always being so supportive,

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and my fantastic staff, and thank you children. This is for us, for

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Chingford Hall. The win irof the Headteacher of the

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Year is Patricia Davies from Chingford Hall Primary School in

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London. Congratulations. Next up is brand new award for 2011,

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The History Boys Teacher of the Year. It takes an imaginative teach

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Tory make - the History Teacher of the Year, it takes an imaginative

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teach Tory make history interesting. My history was inspiring, he came

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in dressed as Marie Antoinette, which was weird as we were studying

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the Battle of Britain at the time. Our next guest is a huge history

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buff and studied at Cambridge University, no less, but he's on

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tour with his pub landlord, welcome Al Murray ladies and gentlemen.

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Put it there so it is safe. So you're a history buff? Yes I am.

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Always? I always have been. Since I was a very small boy. What do you

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think triggered that love of history? Brilliant teachers, to be

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honest. All the history teachers in my school were brilliant, as the

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years went by, without exception. Is your interest in history

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expanded beyond school, you are still interested? Yeah, yeah, I'm

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reading it all the time. Today, 30th of October is when TV was

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invented, there you go, history, this wouldn't be possible without

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that happening. That is history for you, tell the kids! Tell them all.

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Do you use history in your show? The pub landlord is a fairly weird

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view of history, it is sort of like British-centric, written by the

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winners, and French history books are blank from cover-to-cover. You

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know, yeah. Could you please tell us who the winner s we are very

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excited. It is in here. The winner is from Tendring Technology College

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in fronten to on sea, it is Richard You better get under, the bombs are

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coming. His lessons are always unique, he finds a way to bring

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history to life. You see in the blilts, the amount of people who

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died, the emotions they were going through. You have to write down how

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you feel and you learn but what it is like to be there. It is a bit

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scary but you know he's just acting. Cravivity is at the heart of

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everything Richard does. He can sometimes be unorthodox, but he

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gets results. But most importantly of all, the students are passionate

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about history when they are in Mr Rodd's classroom. That is the all-

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clear. I always look at my timetable and think have I got

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history today, it is something to look forward to. You are thinking

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this is so good, I really get this I understand, it is so interesting.

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With the person next to you, I want you to share the key words you have

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written down, you have 30 seconds, go. I have been here seven years, I

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thoroughly enjoy my time here at Tendring Technology College, it is

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like a family. He plans his lessons to make them creative, enjoyable,

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and to show his passion, and ignite the passion of the students in his

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class. Mind you, there is times I look out of that window and think,

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what's he up to now. Oh my God, a crime scene, today you are going to

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be MI5 agents, and you will find out what happened to this person.

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When I was at primary school I didn't like history, I really

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didn't like it, Mr Rodd's lessons are so interesting, I got really

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involved, and I really started to enjoy it, now I have taken it at

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GCSE and now A-level as well. Gather round the murder victim.

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He's a master story-teller, the children become engrossed in the

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stories he tells, and history starts to really live for them.

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can remember back 15 years when at secondary school, history was a

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reading of textbook and answering the question, I didn't want to do

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that. I wanted to come back into the classroom and bring personal

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things back into it, and bring the learning to life with acting. Can

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anyone tell me who this person was. Thomas Beckett. Spot on, well done.

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Some of the ideas are risky and challenging and could cost me my

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job sometimes, but they work. a one-off, he's unique, the

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students think he's amazing, the students love him, he has touched

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hundreds and hundreds of lives and ignited passion for learning.

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The History Teacher of the Year, Rcihard Rodd from Tendring

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Technology College. - Richard Rodd from Tendring

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I didn't expect that. Even the other day when we had the BBC

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coming, people saying you have won, you have won, I had no idea. It was

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only the other day that two colleagues of mine Dan and Mark

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were giving me advice about had I written my speech yet, I said no,

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don't I think I should, they said they knew I could waffle on and

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talking, it won't last a minute, by the way. I said give me some advice,

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and Dan said to me, make it funny. Have something with current affairs,

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Mark said keep it plain, simple, just thank those who really helped

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you get this award. Who really enable you to teach the way you do.

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I went away, started writing my speech came back to see Mark, Mark

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what about this for start, go on then, I would like to thank, Hitler,

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Stalin, Mussolini, and he started to shake his head, and he said he

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didn't mean those. Thank those who enabled you to get your award. So I

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can do that, went away, came back five minutes later, Mark I know

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what I'm going to say now, winning this is just like winning an MBE,

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it is "my blinking efforts", I have had enough of people saying thank

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you for this and that to everybody else, this is all about me!

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APPLAUSE The problem is at that point I

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couldn't hold my composure, I was only having a joke with him, there

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is lots of people I do need to thank. Firstly, it is my TTC family,

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it is the students who are there, you are just amazing. To Caroline

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Haynes, the principal, very inspirational, gave me the

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opportunity to teach at the college seven years ago, and puts up with

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lots of risky things I do, and I have been told not to mention them

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today. Two special people to thank, my grandparents who are at home,

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without them, without the stories they used to tell me about their

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lives in the Blitz, I wouldn't have had the passion to go on and be a

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history teacher. I want to put someone in the middle of my thank

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you, most people say the most important person should go first or

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last, my wife, Diane, she has put up with a lot from me in the last

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11 years, hopefully in the last three months when she gives birth

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to our child I can support her as much as she could. Sandra Foot,

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thank you very much, you have been my school mum, you have been my own

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personal OSA for the last seven years, thank you very much. There

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are a few students to thank, five of them are here, Beth. Could you

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crack on! But in particular, Molly, Steven, and Emily, Emily, not for

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what you said, two particular words, that was F & F, I thought what does

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that mean, fit and fashionable, no, she said, you're fat and funny!

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Thank you. The final person to thank, that is my work wife,

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someone who has not just been a mentor, a colleague, who thinks

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they are my boss, and that is Dan Browning, without Dan Browning's

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advice and guidance I wouldn't be half the teacher I am today, thank

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you very much. Thank you.

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Now we're going to find out who is 2011's Teacher of the Year. To

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present the award we have the grand Dame of British fashion design, she

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started her working life as a Primary School teacher. Please

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welcome the fabulous Dame Vivianne Westwood.

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How lovely to see you, how are you doing? I know, I haven't seen you

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for ages. You used to be a teacher? Yes. Where? Oh, in the Pennines,

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and since then I have continued teaching fashion at one point. I

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would like to say that teachers, my experience of teachers, in my time

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as a teacher, all they talk about is the children. They just love the

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children, I have an incredible respect for teachers, and we need

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more teachers and we need a lot more teachers.

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APPLAUSE When you are at school you have

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that time to pursue knowledge to understand about the world, and so

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it's like you have to follow your deep interests, that is what

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teaching is about. That is why we need more teachers and smaller

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classes. APPLAUSE

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I'm a reader, and reading for me is the most concentrated form of

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experience it is possible to have. It is all those different views of

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life, you, people here, in your lifetime, you have had at least, I

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have had ever so many different views on the world. Your mother had

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a different view on the world, but, in the case of reading a book, we

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are able to have the perspective to also look at it from our point of

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view as well. So you are looking at it through the eyes of the person

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in the past, but you are also looking at it from yourself. What

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you are actually doing is comparing the world that they are looking at

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with your world, could our world be better. You are getting a

:31:19.:31:29.
:31:29.:31:29.

perspective on real values and culture. Could you announce the

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winner please! They won't need to bother about getting a jobs,

:31:32.:31:42.
:31:42.:31:47.

everybody will want their ideas. So, I take every opportunity I can

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to stick up for teachers. APPLAUSE

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I'm only joking. So, Christine Emmett is the Teacher of the Year

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from St Elizabeth's Primary School Many, many years ago when I was a

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very small girl, I had a teacher, whom I absolutely adored, always

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looked up to, and one day I thought, I wanted to be like her, and today

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I am. Would you like to go to Spain. Christine is interested in every

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single child, she knows the child, she knows their family, she's

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probably taught their mums and dadz at this stage. She brings - dads,

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she brings the world into the classroom, she involves the

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community. Any questions you want to ask Evan about the rabbit.

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was a help to me when I was at school. I was in a position to come

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back up and give something back, that is why I bring the rabbit and

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get the kids more with wildlife involved. Mrs Emmett sticks out in

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your mind, and puts her heart and soul in the job. I have a kid now

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at the school, it is nice to know there are teachers who care this

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much. Christine is inspirational, her children love the fantastic

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ideas that she brings to the classroom. She instills in them a

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can-do attitude. They want to learn when they are with Christine.

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Because it is not what you do, it is the way that you do it, and

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that's what gets results. If we don't think we can do something,

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Mrs Emmett believes in us and gets us to do it really well.

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reminds me of the Pied Piper, every child wants to follow her,

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everything she wants them to do, they will give 110%. She is

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inexhaustable, she has a lot of energy and knows how to tap into

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children's imagination. At the moment the children are

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studying Indians, they are face painted, and built their own

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teepees, and come across the problems the Indians come across,

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perhaps not being able to work together. They have learned all

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about the river, the bison, they have lived as Indians, we have

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found it great fun and rewarding. Christine thinks out of the box and

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has the children in the class eating out of her hand. They want

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to please and learn. Thank you Mrs Emmett, you are the best teacher in

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the world, ever. APPLAUSE.

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The 201 Teacher of the Year is Christine Emmett from St

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Elizabeth's Primary School. This is for all the boys and girls

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of St Elizabeth's Primary School, past and present. For a fantastic

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headteacher Mrs Bradshaw and deputy, for all my hard working colleagues,

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for all the parents of the community, south Laing arbgshire

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council, mum and dad, two boys, Scottish education, St Elizabeth's

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Primary School, this is your's, thank you.

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Now we come to the Film My School competition. Here students used

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creativity and flair to show what is best about their school in a

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short film. To present it is an American actress, wowing audiences

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with her portrayal of Lady Cora in Downton Abbey, please welcome

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Elizabeth McGovern. APPLAUSE

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So, Downton Abbey is a big hit, isn't it, it is a big hit this

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television show. Why do you think it is so popular with people?

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People like to ask that question all the time, I hope it is because

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it is emotionally engaging and fun, and beats doing a lot of other

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things on a Sunday night. Was there a particular drama teacher that

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mentored you throughout your school years? Not so much a drama teacher

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as my English teacher. But it was basically the love of learning of

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all kinds that makess me so happy to be here to honour teachers. I

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think that is something you make with you to any profession and

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through the rest of your life. you particularly academic at school

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or could you not wait to leave? always turned in every homework

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assignment on time. I did all my homework and red every - read every

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book. Did you. All right, all right. So let me tell you who the three

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finalists are. The Prince of Wales First School in Dorchester. Lewis

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Pengam in Wales. And St John's Primary School in

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Walsall Wood. Before we find out who the winner is, let's have a

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Welcome to the Prince of Wales # This is the right time

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# It's the time for us # It's the time to show the world

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# If you dream it The art club always uses the latest

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technology. At our school they like us to

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experience history firsthand. our topic we did the fashion from

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the 50s, 60s and 80s. We had a go at dressing-up in the clothes from

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each decade. # Don't know quite where we're

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going to go # I don't quite know

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# How we're going to get there # I just know that

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# We are with you it's going to be So, thank you. Those were the three

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nominations. Elizabeth, can you tell us who has won please?

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I am thrilled to announce that this year's winner is the Lewis School

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Pengam. Please welcome to the stage the

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Thank you very much, it is like the Oscars, I'm very excited by this.

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There are many, many people we have to thank, we have only got a minute.

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Most importantly I think there are the pupils that were involved in

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filming that project, they have all got camera envy tonight, they are

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looking at the cameras all over the place. I have a list, Liam Goff,

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Daniel Davies, Jack Nichols, and Rhys Jones, and Joss Evans, who did

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a fantastic job in putting the video together. A special thanks to

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Nathan Battersby, who was the pupil who recorded and wrote the song you

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heard, record companies get in touch with us! He's a fantastic

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student and deserves credit for. That we would also like to thank

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the fantastic staff at the Lewis School in Pengam, who have given up

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their time to put the film together, Mike Oliver and others contributed

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to all of this. We couldn't have achieved it without that. Lewis

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School Pengam is a fantastic school, pull of extraordinary people and

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staff, days like this make it all worthwhile, thank you very much.

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APPLAUSE Our next award recognises a highly

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talented teacher. Someone who has made a huge impact in a short space

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of time. It is the outstanding - outstanding New Teacher of the Year.

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An actress with one of the most sought-after jobs in television,

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she gets to snog Doctor Who, it is Alex Kingston. I'm at Severnbanks

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Primary School in Gloucestershire. I'm about to present this to new

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teacher, Keeble keeb, they are all in a- Rachael Keeble, they are all

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at assembly at the moment, I have to keep a low-prove fight. Before I

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present this, I - low-profile, before I present this I want you to

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look at why she gets this. In the first year you expect teachers to

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settle in, Rachel flew from the start. We used to be the worst

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class in the school in year, now she has made us the best-ever.

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of the special things about her is she's really good at finding out

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what the children are interested in, and incorporate that in their

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lessons. Your Doctor Who challenge today. Occasionally we get a visit

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from Doctor Who who gives tricky challenges which we have to solve.

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The children are learning, but they don't feel like they are learning.

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You need to decide quickly what you have discovered today. Back to the

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tables quickly. Everyone in the class we love Doctor Who, we don't

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care in the lessons are hard or easy, we focus on helping Doctor

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Who. Victoria is able to retain the information due to enjoying the

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class. We use the news to try to think about what is going on in the

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world around us. Welcome to the BBC news. In turn, we then use what we

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are learning about in class and translate it into new shows.

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with Dr James in the UN. That helps the children to put who they are

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thinking about and what they have learned about into a different

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context. Well done guys, that was amazing, give them a big round of

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applause. Absolutely fabulous. Never in my wildest dreams did I

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think that Shakespeare would be taught at Key Stage II in

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Severnbanks Primary School. drama club we are currently working

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on an abridgeed version of a mid- summerers night's dream. The

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children are loving it, they have performed it in a real theatre in

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front of an audience of 300 people. I only did it because I knew Miss

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Keeble would get me through it, stage fright is my biggest fear, I

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was crying afterwards because Miss Keeble made me overcome my fear.

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The best way to engage a child is to also have their parents on board.

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Tea parties are a really great opportunity for the parents to come

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in and to engage with their children's learning. Miss Keeble

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gives parents the motivation to help with our children's learning

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and to help them succeed. When you talk to every child about Miss

:44:20.:44:24.

Keeble, and about how they feel about her teaching, their face

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lights up. She has an aura which sparkles. Whatever it is, she has

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got it. I absolutely love teaching, it

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doesn't feel like a job at all, because work shouldn't be this much

:44:38.:44:44.

fun. Right everyone is in there, it is

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the moment of truth. Let's go. Hello everybody, I'm so sorry to

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interrupt. I have just stepped off the Tardis to present this very

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special award. To somebody in this room. Rachael Keeble, I present

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this award to you, and you are the Outstanding New Teacher of the Year.

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Thank you. Thank you so much everybody. All

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the staff, everybody. But most importantly my wonderful class.

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The winner of the Outstanding New Teacher of the Year, Rachael Keeble

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from Severnbanks Primary School. And now to the final award of the

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evening, the Ted Wragg Lifetime Achievement Award, which recognises

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the overwhelming dedication a teacher has given throughout their

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professional career. To present this award is one of Britain's

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cultural icons, a master of his craft for over 30 years, whether a

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popular musical or a Shakespearian tragedy, his productions are

:46:14.:46:24.
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renowned throughout the world. Please welcome Sir Trevor Nunn.

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This is home from home, this was Les Miserables for 20 years. Do you

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love doing your job, and is it anything like being a teacher in

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the rehearsal room? It is, my job is essentially collaberative, a lot

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of the time I have to work like a teacher. Especially when I'm

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dealing with things like a classical text and a Shakespeare

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play. But, equally, every day I learn from the actors, from

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designers, from my creative colleagues. So just like teaching

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it is two-way traffic. Do you think you would make a good teacher? Did

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you ever feel like you wanted to be a teacher? I was a school teacher

:47:16.:47:22.

for ten months! I was sensational! Really, absolutely amazing. We

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didn't have gap years in those days, inbetween school and university, I

:47:27.:47:34.

signed up as a supply teacher. At the age of 17 going on 18, poor

:47:34.:47:38.

kids, can you imagine. Due play them lots of records? Actually I

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was in a pop group at the time, I used to play guitar for them.

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had them! We played you up something rotten. Trevor, could you

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please tell us who the winner is? can indeed. The winner has a

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brilliant job title, he is - Master of Imagination, the Ted Wragg

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Lifetime Achievement Award goes to Jeff Stratton from Lipson Community

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:48:25.:48:29.

It is hard to believe it is 50 years. Mind you, I have no

:48:29.:48:33.

intention of stopping, this is a great place to work, and as long as

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I can still make a difference to young lives I will carry on.

:48:37.:48:41.

first came across Jeff 15 years ago when I was a new headteacher. He

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was working in one of our satellite centres. I immediately thought we

:48:45.:48:48.

have challenging youngsters that need retracking and Jeff has the

:48:48.:48:52.

skills to do that. I snapped him up, that is one of the best decisions I

:48:52.:48:56.

have ever made. When I left art college the principal said to me,

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you will never make a living as painter, you can't make a living,

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you have to teach. I was a teacher and then became a deputy head, I

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was appointed head in the early 1980 of a secondary school in

:49:08.:49:11.

Plymouth that needed turning round, it turned into a beautiful school.

:49:11.:49:18.

From there I went to County Hall as a senior education officer, became

:49:18.:49:21.

disillusioned with the politics, went back working as a volunteer,

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and Steve saw my work. Glory be, that was a great day. He's far more

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than an art teacher, he is master of imagination, he works creatively

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to engage students and build their self-esteem to allow them to be the

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thing they want to be. The whole thing about the drawing is

:49:41.:49:45.

representing three dimensions on a two dimensional surface. You are

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not copying what is there, you are making sense of it. Because Jeff

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has been teaching so long, he has managed to teach parents and

:49:53.:49:57.

children and grandparents of the same families. He taught me in

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primary school when he used drop him, and then here, and now I'm

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back working alongside him as a Teaching Assistant. He hasn't

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changed. Teaching is looking after the children, we are their parents,

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we have been given that by their parents, we look after them,

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teaching children is teaching them everything. A few years ago I was

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in a bad place, and I couldn't, emotionally I found it difficult. I

:50:23.:50:28.

couldn't deal with it on my own. He has helped me in many different

:50:29.:50:34.

ways, academically, and he has helped me personally confront a lot

:50:34.:50:38.

of demons. Jeff links with all community remarkably well, leads on

:50:38.:50:43.

work with the Respect Festival, the Barbican theatre and here at the

:50:43.:50:51.

college he's our chief set builder, he never ceases to amaze us with

:50:51.:50:57.

what he can create, and especially with cardboard. Cardboard mou, does

:50:57.:51:02.

that work. I feel nobody is managing me at all, they are

:51:02.:51:08.

probably, cleverly, Steve lets me doing my own thing, I can get away

:51:08.:51:13.

with red and green shoes and not doing my tie up. It is about being

:51:13.:51:18.

allowed to being who I am. Headship can be a lonely job, I have always

:51:18.:51:23.

appreciated the meant torg skills Jeff has brought to me, he has

:51:23.:51:26.

always been there - mentoring skills Jeff has brought to me and

:51:26.:51:31.

he has always been there for me, he has been a hero to me and this

:51:31.:51:35.

school. At some point people will point out that I'm a bit past it, I

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will work at home, it won't stop, because I am who I am.

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APPLAUSE Welcome to the stage, our Lifetime

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Achievement Award winner, Jeff Stratton from Lipson Community

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College. I feel very humble about this. I

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have got lots of people that I could thank, but the people I

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really must thank the most are my colleagues at present, at Lipson

:52:30.:52:34.

Community College. It is a fantastic place to work, wonderful.

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What it says on this programme, "education is the most powerful

:52:39.:52:43.

weapon we have to change the world", I know that is true. I have seen it

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happen. When I first started teaching, there was a Berlin wall,

:52:48.:52:53.

there was apartheid in South Africa, there was segregation in America,

:52:53.:52:58.

gay people could be prosecuted and put in prison. Teachers were

:52:58.:53:02.

expected to cane and hit children round the head, it was a moral duty,

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I had classes of 45 children, there were no supply teachers, there were

:53:07.:53:11.

no classroom assistants. Slowly, this has changed, it has got better

:53:11.:53:16.

and better. Most of the children I first taught left school at 15 with

:53:16.:53:23.

no qualifications at all. Since then, all sorts of changes have

:53:23.:53:27.

happened, gradually the zeitgeist has got better and better, I'm so

:53:27.:53:30.

optimistic about the future. Our young people are fantastic, they

:53:30.:53:36.

are marching into the future with our help. I'm so optimistic. Thank

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you ever so much for this award, I'm most grateful. It is for me and

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all my colleagues. Many congratulations, what a worthy

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winner, anyone and everyone can make their nomination for next

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year's awards. If you know a teacher who transforms young

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people's lives, go on and say thank you. All you have to do is go to

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the website. Many congratulations to all of our

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winners who have made a massive difference in their schools, give

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it up to them. You are tonight's stars. You are tonight's true stars.

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Inspiring our children to do great things, what a brilliant job you do.

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APPLAUSE Thank you

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Now to close the show, is an amazing soul singer, who was

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encouraged to follow her musical dreams by her primary school

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teacher, Mrs Barnard, now we know who to thank. Singing Cuddly Toy

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from her latest album, Soul UK, welcome, from Wolverhampton, the

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# Oh yeah # Oh

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# Yeah # Well I know you heard

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# So many people say # I got a different boy

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# In every town # But there must be

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# Somebody telling lies # Spreading rumours all around

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# There's a cuddly toy # It's my only joy waiting for me

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# When I get home # And what I need

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# Is a boy like you # To come and call my very own

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# You got to feel for me # Yeah you got to feel for me baby

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# Oh you gotta to feel me # Oh give me some love yeah

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# Well I don't pour out my heart # Like it to everyone

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# And anyone # That I meet

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# And I know it ain't no wine # Because I feel just fine

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# To see people still on my feet people

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# A cuddly toy # Is my only joy

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# Waiting for me # When I get home

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# And what I need # Is a boy like you

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# To call # Call my very own

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# So you got to freel feel me # Oh you got to feel me

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# Yeah you gotta feel for me baby # Oh give me some love

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# Yeah # Come on

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# Oh yeah # Feel it

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# Oh yeah # Feel feel for me baby

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# Come on # Like I know you can

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# Feel me # Feel for me baby

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# I know # I know you understand

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# A cuddly toy # Is my only joy

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# Waiting for me # When I get home

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# And what I need # Is a boy like you

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# Oh to call # Call my very own

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# So you got to feel # Oh baby

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# Baby # Somebody got feel me

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# Give me some love # Yeah

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# Feel for me # Come on people

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# Yeah you gotta to feel me # Give me some love

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# Yeah Thank you

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Thank you very much, good night. Other awards presented at this

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evening's ceremony, was the Teaching Assistant of the world,

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which went to Mandy Theobald were Spring Meadow Primary School in

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Harwich. This is something special, this is for every child and every

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parent, every governor and colleague that I have had the

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privilege of working alongside at Spring Meadow. The Henry Winkler

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Award for Special Needs was awarded to Wren Spinney Community Special

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School. This is so extraordinary and I'm so passionate about the

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