Teachwire Logo
News

Tech for Teachers Awards 2019 – Results Revealed!

Virtual reality continues to impress teachers, with Avantis Education’s Class VR gaining five stars for a second year running...

  • Tech for Teachers Awards 2019 – Results Revealed!

Tech for Teachers is a unique education awards scheme, with genuine classroom impact at its heart.

In order to be recognised by the judges, products and resources must be as effective as they are innovative, demonstrating clear benefits for teaching and learning, value for money, and genuinely long-term potential.

For the 2019 presentations, entries were invited in September 2018 across five curriculum-linked categories, and – in order that as wide a range of submissions as possible could be considered – were absolutely free.

Following a rigorous shortlisting process, a panel of expert judges with direct experience of the secondary sector have now assigned five-, four- and three-star winners in each category, as well as two worthy runners up.

Find out more about the awards and winners at here.

The full list of winners is as follows:

Category 1 | Maths

Judge – Colin Foster
Assistant professor in mathematics education in the School of Education at the University of Leicester

5* winners (joint)
3* winner
Category finalists

Category 2 | English

Judge – Claire Meynell
Assistant subject team leader for English, Newport High School

5* winner
4* winner
3* winner
Category finalists:

Category 3 | MFL

Judge – Jake Hunton
Head of modern foreign languages at a large secondary school in Solihull, and author

5* winner
4* winners (joint):
Category finalists:

Category 4 | STEAM

Judge – Dr Kevin P Stenson
Chief executive of The Smallpeice Trust

5* winner
4* winner
  • HUE HD Pro (Ascent Information Technology t/a HUE)
3* winner
Category finalists:

Category 5 | Computing

Judge – Terry Freedman
Independent educational ICT and computing consultant

5* winner
4* winner
3* winner
Category finalists:

Sign up here for your free Brilliant Teacher Box Set

Take the positive route to better behaviour with our experts’ advice.

Find out more here >