Congratulations to all principals, teachers, support staff and volunteers who were last night recognised at the Together We Inspire Awards in Hobart.
Education is at the heart of the Hodgman majority Liberal Government’s Plan to grow our economy and improve social outcomes for Tasmanians.
Awards like this reinforce the important role educators, volunteers and support staff a play in supporting the growth, aspiration, achievement and wellbeing of Tasmanian learners.
Each of the finalists were recognised in award categories themed around the core values of Aspiration, Respect, Courage and Growth.
Tasplan Together We Inspire Award
* Elizabeth College Advanced Academic Diploma Team, Elizabeth College
School Leadership Award
* Stuart Dwyer – Principal, Flinders Island District High School and Cape Barren School
Engaging our Learners Award (Early Learning)
* Rowena Wilkinson – Principal, Early Childhood Intervention Centre - North Hobart
Engaging our Learners Award (Primary P-6)
* Annette Langdon – Assistant Principal, Glen Dhu Primary School
Engaging our Learners Award (Secondary 7-12)
* Creating Connections A and B – Hellyer College
Engaging our Learners Award (Adults)
* Iona Johnson – Literacy Coordinator – Risdon Prison, Libraries Tasmania
Outstanding Early Career Employee Award
* Abby Dillon – Teacher, Austins Ferry Primary School
Outstanding Support Employee of the Year Award
* Dom Monypenny – Laboratory Technician, Hobart College
Teacher Health Wellbeing Award
* Claremont College Wellbeing Team
Telstra Excellence in Innovation Award
* Matt Eyles – Teacher, Hobart College
Volunteers of the Year Award (all 3 finalists recognised)
* Sheree Martin – Lansdowne Crescent Primary School
* Shelley Charlton – Glenorchy Library
* Michael Garner – Cygnet Primary School
* Hannah Brand – Waimea Heights Primary School
Literacy Champion Award
* Talking and Language for Kids Team (T.A.L.K)
Numeracy Champion Award
* Latrobe-Kentish Numeracy Leaders