The Harlow Education Awards celebrate young people who have made significant progress in their education and who have made a real contribution to their schools and the community - often overcoming significant challenges to do so. Since 2023, the awards also recognise the role of support staff and teachers.
The last awards were held in January 2023 at the Civic Centre.
Each young person was given a framed certificate and gift vouchers to mark their achievement.
A remarkable demonstration of compassion or kindness: Finlay Redington (William Martin Junior School)
Exceptional academic achievement: Indie Pettitt (Henry Moore Primary School)
Outstanding effort: Hayden Zuna (Potter Street Academy)
Overcoming adversity: Lily Collins (Fawbert and Barnards Primary School)
Significant contribution to wider life of school: Dominic Roffey (Potter Street Academy)
Support staff of the year: Vanessa Abbott (Fawbert and Barnard Primary School)
Teacher of the year: Nancy Nicolson (Fawbert and Barnard Primary School)
A remarkable demonstration of compassion or kindness: Ashden Hartman (Burnt Mill Academy)
Exceptional academic achievement: Salisa Sudhakar (Sir Frederick Gibberd College)
Outstanding effort: Karson Dhakal (St Marks West Essex Catholic School)
Overcoming adversity: Charlie Adams (Sir Frederick Gibbered College)
Significant contribution to wider life of school: Andrew Maghari (St Marks West Essex Catholic School)
Support staff of the year: Helen Kempson (Sir Frederick Gibberd College)
Teacher of the year: Amy Mills (Burnt Mill Academy)
Apprentice of the year: Lucy Chandler
STEM achievement: Mohammed Ibrahim Haidari Wardak
Outstanding effort: Rebecca Herbert
Tutor of the year: Paul Farrant