The FE winners honoured in the 2019 Pearson Teaching Awards

A college lecturer and a sixth form college are among 13 winners honoured in the 2019 Pearson Teaching Awards for their inspirational work in education. FE Week reports.

The winners received their awards, which recognise “inspirational” education, at a glamorous ceremony this evening hosted by BBC presenters Tina Daheley and Sean Fletcher. The ceremony, at the Roundhouse in Camden, will be broadcast on BBC2 on Saturday, October 26, as “Britain’s Classroom Heroes”.

Now in their 21st year, the Pearson Teaching Awards celebrate the best teaching across the UK, and gold winners are nominated for awards by pupils, parents and colleagues.

FE lecturer of the year  is Brian Banks from City College Plymouth, Devon. His lessons were described as “extraordinary”, and his techniques and inventiveness as “legendary”. He has also helped to design systems and processes that are used across the college for tracking and target 

Read more and see the other winners The FE winners honoured in the 2019 Pearson Teaching Awards

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