HLTA of the Year 2019
The Winner of the 2019 Jenny Ellis Outstanding HLTA of the Year award for the North East region was Joanna Lloyd from Kings Priory School in Tynemouth.
The Winner of the 2019 Outstanding HLTA of the Year award for the North West region was Gemma Chapman from Christ Church Primary School near Oldham.
The Winner of the 2019 Peter Sutherland Outstanding HLTA of the Year award for the Yorkshire and Humber region was Kathryn Hammond from Keldmarsh Primary School in Beverley.
All three regional winners attended the National HLTA of the Year Awards at the Houses of Parliament. The 2019 National winner was Chris Mozo from the London region.
PLEASE NOTE THE NOMINATIONS FOR 2019 ARE NOW CLOSED; WE WILL SHORTLY BE TAKING NOMINATIONS FOR 2020
Nominations are now being taken for HLTA North’s Outstanding HLTA of the Year Awards 2019. These will be presented by HLTA North at a special Celebration Event at the Village South in Leeds on Wednesday 02 October 2019.
Nominating a HLTA colleague for ‘Outstanding HLTA of the Year’ is a two stage process:
- A colleague completes a Proposal Form (Form A). Any colleague can do this, including governors, support staff and teacher colleagues
- A member of the Senior Management Team completes an Endorsement Form (Form B)
Proposal Form A needs to be sent to HLTA North by Friday 26th July 2019 and Endorsement Form B by Friday 26th July 2019. Both forms for your region need to be submitted to Tim Hirst at HLTA North (see Guidance Document).
What next? Nominations are considered and assessed by a selected panel from the HLTA community; this includes previous winners of the award, senior assessors and invited guests who have significant experience working with TAs and HLTAs. All shortlisted candidates, together with a guest and a colleague, are invited to the celebration event on 02 October 2019.
Please discuss this with school colleagues and encourage participation; we are always delighted to receive all nominations so that we can celebrate and acknowledge what HLTAs are doing around the region. The award really helps to raise the profile of HLTA status and recognise the impact that HLTAs make every day on the lives of children and young people.