Oldham teacher nominated for ‘Teacher of the Year’ at the Educate Awards 2019
Date published: 14 November 2019
A teacher from Oldham has been nominated for ‘Teacher of the Year’ at the prestigious Educate Awards that will take place at Liverpool Cathedral tomorrow (Friday 15th November).
Steve Hill is the Deputy Headteacher at St Joseph’s RC School in Shaw and has been put forward for the award by parents and colleagues for his approach to teaching.
The awards are one night of the year where the excellence of schools in Merseyside, Cheshire, Lancashire and Greater Manchester is celebrated and rewarded in a unique fashion.
In it’s 8th year, the amount of nominations submitted for the awards has continued to grow year upon year.
The Oldham Evening Chronicle spoke to Steve Hill, he said, “I feel very honoured to be flying the flag for Oldham at the Educate Awards on Friday and thrilled to have been shortlisted as a Finalist for the Teacher of the Year Award.
“It’s such a privilege to be in the teaching profession and to be in a position where each day, in some small way, I can inspire and motivate children to be the very best they can be!!”
21 awards are contended for via nominations which are then shortlisted by a panel of judges.
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