Aimhigher Practitioner Awards
Every year Aimhigher London celebrate the achievement and endeavour of staff within schools, virtual schools, colleges, universities and Local Authorities who go the extra mile in the spirit of widening participation.
The Awards recognise and celebrate individuals who use their Aimhigher Co-ordinator role to make a positive difference within their institution and act as ambassadors for the aims and ethos of Aimhigher London.
The Aimhigher Practitioner Awards 2021 will take place at the University of Roehampton at 5:00pm on Wednesday 7th July 2021.
Disability Inclusive Practice Award
We are proud to be working in partnership with Disability Rights UK to announce our NEW Disability Inclusive Practice Award (Universities) for 2021.
In 2020 awards were presented to:
- An Outstanding Contribution Award recognising individuals whose actions go above and beyond in the service of including/supporting young people to access the support available to them, given to Emily Hughes from Kingston University London
- Kat Stegmann from St Mary’s University for her ability to inspire and motivate learners, developing creative solutions within outreach activity and acting as a positive role model to learners
- Alison McGrandles from Teddington School for going the extra mile demonstrating committment to the work of Aimhigher London
- Helen Duncan from St Mary’s University for going above and beyond in developing collaborative outreach opportunities to make a difference
- Lorna Ellis from Carshalton Boys Sports College for an outstanding contribution to the development of the network
- Russell Coles from Logic Studio School for embedding the work of Aimhigher London within your institution
- Emmanuel Oloyede for an outstanding contribution as a positive role model to learners
- Craig Wicking from Southborough High School for most significant and sustained commitment to the work of Aimhigher London over time
- Kemnal Technology College as School of the Year 2020
- University of Roehampton as Institution of the Year 2020 – click here to hear what Roehampton said about winning!