Jack Petchey Teacher Award

Posted on: June 19th 2019General

Ms Harper was nominated by students and then selected by the school council to receive the Jack Petchey Leader Award for this year. 

Ms Harper was chosen as she is always kind and explains the work in good detail so that everyone understands. She's also very positive and makes everyone happy. Ms Harper makes the school a better place. She is always making amazing resources and work sheets that are fun, colourful and of a great quality. Ms Harper is also respectful of students feelings and thoughts."100% the perfect teacher" â€‹



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500 Words 2020

The UK's largest story writing competition for kids is back for its tenth year. Here's everything you need to know to get involved. How to enter All stories must be submitted via the online form on our website. Parents, guardians and teachers can register for a SUBMITTER ACCOUNT, or by following the links at the top of this page. Once an account has been created, it can be used to upload a single story or a whole school's worth of tales with our new top tool! For more information on how to enter a story into this year's competition, please visit our Submit Your Story page. Teachers and Librarians can also apply to be one of our volunteer judges by registering a JUDGE ACCOUNT. For more information on how to become a judge for this year's competition, please visit our Become A Judge page. Please read the competition rules before submitting entries, along with the competition Privacy Notice. What are the prizes? As well attending a spectacular 500 Words Final at Buckingham Palace where superstar celebrities will read the winning stories live on the radio, six amazing illustrators: Tony Ross, Fiona Lumbers, David McKee, Sue Cheung, David Roberts, and Margaret Sturton – will each be set the task of illustrating one the winning stories. The winners in each age category will also receive: Gold Winners - Chris Evans' height in books and 500 books for their school. Silver Winners - HRH The Duchess of Cornwall's height in books. Bronze Winners - Their own height in books. There is also a BRAND NEW Prize for 2020 and it doesn’t matter how good your story is just that you enter one. One entrant will be selected at random to receive a fabulous book bundle and an invite to the final (for child plus a parent or guardian). They will also win 500 books for their school – so the more pupils a school has that has entered the more chances they have of winning a brand new library. Read more about the prizes here. Dates for your diary All entries must be received by Thursday 27th February at 8pm. This year’s 500 Words Final will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 2 from Buckingham Palace, on The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show, on Friday 12th June. Get started 500 Words is an open invitation to the wide world of imagination, so it's time to get those creative cogs turning! To help you get started, our website is packed full of helpful hints and terrific tips to bust through the writer's block. Download a learning pack from the LEARN section, where you can also find advice from our celebrity judges Frank Cottrell Boyce and Charlie Higson in the 500 Words Live Lesson. Pop over to the 500 Words Blog to discover top tips to create terrific tales written by previous winners, amazing authors and a few of the 500 Words elves.