Huge congratulations to Juliet Demetriou from the Community Outreach team who won a national Silver Award The Pearson National Teaching Awards @TheTeachingAwards with the chance of Gold.

Juliet from the North Star Community Trust at WoodPecker Hall Academy in Enfield was honoured with 2022 silver winner of the Pearson National teaching Award for unsung hero and was also interviewed by BBC TV .

Juliet is pictured with  Awards CEO Mary Palmer who visited the school.

Juliet is born in London brought up in Wood Green and now lives in Edmonton, her parents from Argaki, Morphou and Kondea. She studied late in life after looking after her three children. She progressed to nursery school teacher and then moved into adult community outreach within the same school. Juliet has set up community links such as free workshops , courses, activities a library, free food all within the school for the community.

She kept it going through the covid pandemic ensuring there was help and support for vulnerable families she has now been proposed for the Gold Award.

The Awards honour exceptional teaching, and culminate in a glittering awards ceremony televised by the BBC.
Our vision is a teaching profession with high morale and a society that values and celebrates the great work that takes place every day

The Teaching Awards Trust was established in 1998 by David, Lord Puttnam CBE, as a means of recognising and celebrating the UK’s educators.

We’ve all had a great teacher. They show a real interest in who we are, listen to our thoughts, inspire us to learn and encourage us to achieve our best, no matter what our goals are. The influence of a good teacher lasts a lifetime.

The charity’s mission is to raise the profile of the teaching profession, highlight the positive impact teachers and school leaders have in our society – with pupils, parents and the wider community, and show teachers how much they are valued. We do this through the annual Pearson National Teaching Awards and the Thank a Teacher Campaign.

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