@SurbitonHigh headteacher in the HTOTY Award finals
By adam_leone | Tuesday, February 26, 2013, 16:20
Surbiton High School's Headteacher, Ann Haydon has been earmarked for an award.
Ann Haydon, Headteacher of Surbiton High School
She's made to the finals of the Headteacher of the Year Award.
Ann joins a list of exceptional teachers who are the stars of education this year.
The finalists will receive the results when they are announced by the Pearson Teaching Awards on Thank a Teacher Day, 17 May 2013.
They will then be cheered on by pupils, parents and colleagues at school presentations.
Ann Haydon, Principal of Surbiton High School says: "I feel very privileged to have been selected as a finalist for such a prestigious award and in a very competitive category."
"I'm proud to lead Surbiton High School, a school that truly believes in supporting pupils to achieve their personal best."
"Winning this award would acknowledge the imaginative and energetic leadership within Surbiton High School as well as the staff and pupils who make our job so rewarding."
2013 is a record year for the Pearson Teaching Awards with over 24,000 nominations.
Each and every nomination is a "thank you" to an education professional who has made a difference to the lives of children and young people.