Skip to content ↓

Vote For Nikki In Newspaper Education Awards

The voting has now opened in the Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph Education Awards.

We are asking for your support to help our Special Needs Teacher Nikki Clark win the Unsung Hero Award.

Nikki and Year 11 student Jack Warrior are in the running for prizes in the Evening Telegraph's annual education awards.

Nikki, who has been teaching for 11 years, was put forward by assistant Librarian Bernie Smith and Comms Vice Principal Janet Duggan.

She said: "I was a bit shocked when I heard I had been nominated. I love my job and really enjoy it, so it's nice that other staff thought to nominate me."

Bernie said: "This wonderful lady deserves to be recognised for the total devotion to the students in her care.

"She always puts the needs of the children first, creating a stimulating environment where they are engaged in their learning environment, where they thrive and prosper."

Nikki's many achievements include recently securing funding from the Big Lottery for a kitchen garden, which will allow our students to grow their own food and look after chickens.

To vote for Nikki click the link below and follow the instructions:

 http://www2.northamptontoday.co.uk/exhibitionguide/events/edawards-et/index.htm

There are also voting slips in the library.

Jack, is up for the Pupil of the Year award.

The rugby star- who has plays Rugby for the East Midlands and is being watched by scouts at the top clubs, is also an A Grade student and CBA chess champion.

Aspirations Manager Kirsty Farrar who nominated Jack said: "Jack is a great student who always gives 100 per cent. He is a proactive member of the Senate and does his best to ensure students at the Academy have a voice and that it is heard."

Jack's award will be decided by a panel of judges. The awards evening is on July 14th at the Holiday Inn in Corby.