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Ted Wragg Awards

Celebrating 10 Years of Ted

We are excited to bring you the Ted Wragg Awards - celebrating 10 years of Ted. 

Wow, what an evening we had! The awards night was an exceptional evening celebrating the achievements and contributions of all ages of students and roles in our schools and across the Trust. Congratulations to all our winners and nominees who have shown many wonderful examples of perseverance, dedication and selflessness. We couldn't be prouder. 

The evening included performances by our inaugural Ted Wragg student choir. Many thanks to Coreus Group who sponsored the choir and made this possible.  

Thank you also to our sponsors, Sam Hatton-Brown Creative Content  

and Plymouth City Bus   Thank you to all our sponsors who are listed below.  

Take a moment to enjoy the talented Ted Wragg Choir singing in one of the three songs below accompanied by Musical Director Colin Rae.

Something Inside So Strong

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The Greatest Love of All

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A Million Dreams

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Ted Wragg Awards Welcome Reception

Take a moment to enjoy the talented Lipson Co-operative Band playing as the Ted Wragg Awards evening kicked off.

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Student of the year Award, sponsored by Exeter College                   

This award honours school students who have made an outstanding contribution to the success and vitality of their school and the wider community.

Congratulations to the winners: 

  • Lily-Ann Brockman, Marine Academy Primary
    Lily-Ann is a remarkable young lady; she maintains the highest standards of attendance, behaviour and empathy for others. Lily-Ann goes above and beyond through her sustained fundraising for Cancer Research UK. For several years, Lily-Ann has organised a variety of events that have raised over £1500 for this special cause earning Cancer Research UK’s Young Fundraiser of the Year. She is an extremely selfless individual, who always places the needs and interests of others before her own. Lily-Ann is a wonderful inspiration, who epitomises the school motto of 'Work hard, be kind and amazing things will happen'.
     
  • Morgan Carver, Isca Academy
    What distinguishes Morgan is not only his academic prowess but also his relentless determination to succeed. He epitomises our school's core value of ‘success.’ Morgan's journey to excellence is a testament to his hard work, resilience, and the courage to aim for the highest standards. His achievements serve as an inspiration to his peers, showcasing that with diligence and a clear sense of purpose, one can reach the pinnacle of success in their academic pursuits. However, Morgan's aspirations extend beyond the classroom. He strives to create a better community and a brighter future for all. Community lies at the heart of our school, and Morgan Carver wholeheartedly embraces this core value. 
     
  • Ved Jan Kumar, St James School
    Academically, Ved out-performed every prior student who has ever attended the school but he balanced his academics with strong moral and cultural leadership. 

    Ved left no opportunity for learning, engagement, kindness, collaboration or selflessness unfulfilled, as demonstrated by his response to the Ukranian refugee crisis. He supported the charitable efforts to send aid and he set himself the task of learning Russian so that he would be able to communicate with and translate for our refugee students and lead tours for their families - in Russian. The welcome these families felt was tangible.

    Ved is not only an remarkable student; he is also a remarkable human being. 

  • Manroop Singh, Whipton Barton Federation
    Manroop embodies the values of Whipton Barton Federation through his relentless ambition and drive to succeed in all aspects of his education. With his conscientious attitude, naturally inquisitive nature and his love of learning, Manroop grabs all opportunities to learn and expand his knowledge of the world. With his attendance far exceeding the national average, Manroop is a true role model to all, encouraging other children to be successful, brave and to embrace their individuality. With his fantastic attitude towards his education alongside his passion for playing cricket and helping others, there is no doubt that Manroop will be successful in achieving his ambitions. 

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Well done to all nominees:

  • James Adesina, Sidmouth College
  • Anna Bayley, Queen Elizabeth’s School
  • Lily-Ann Brockman, Marine Academy Primary
  • Morgan Carver, Isca Academy
  • Jamie Carey, Marine Academy Plymouth
  • Bana Daoud, St Luke’s Church of England School
  • Annabel Davies, Cranbrook Education Campus
  • Travis Goodall, Lipson Co-Operative Academy
  • Ved Jan Kumar, St James School
  • Albie Moore, Exwick Heights Primary School
  • Teniola Rojugbokan, West Exe School
  • Bobby Salmon, All Saints Academy Plymouth
  • Manroop Singh, Whipton Barton Federation

A huge thank you to Exeter College for sponsoring our Student of the Year Award.

Teacher of the year Award, sponsored by Steplab                           

This award celebrates inspirational and engaging teachers who consistently deliver outstanding outcomes for all students, support other members of staff and make a significant contribution to their school.

Congratulations to the winners: 

  • Ali Davey, Whipton Barton Federation
  • Julia Mes, Marine Academy Plymouth

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Well done to all nominees:

  • Jon Bishop, St James School
  • Ellie Boyce, Honiton Community College
  • Vikki Cargin, Lipson Co-Operative Academy
  • Ali Davey, Whipton Barton Federation
  • Susan Dereza, Queen Elizabeth’s School
  • Seantelle Green, Cranbrook Education Campus
  • Pete Keegan, All Saints Academy Plymouth
  • Vicky Marshall-Gall, West Exe School
  • Linda Masters, Sidmouth College
  • Julia Mes, Marine Academy Plymouth
  • Marcus Pritchard, St Luke’s Church of England School
  • Abbie Roberts, Isca Academy
  • Graham Taylor, Exwick Heights Primary School
  • Christine Watson, Marine Academy Primary

A huge thank you to Steplab for sponsoring our Teacher of the Year Award. 

Co-Professional of the year Award                                                      

This award celebrates the co-professionals who help the organisation to transform lives, such as teaching assistants, pastoral, business support and site staff. The award seeks to recognise an individual who goes the extra mile on a day-to-day basis and plays an essential role in supporting the mission of the school or the Ted Wragg Trust.

Congratulations to the winners: 

  • Yvonne Rowe, All Saints Academy Plymouth
  • Tara Stirzaker, St James School

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Well done to all nominees:

  • Amanda Blackmore, Sidmouth College
  • Gary Burdock, Marine Academy Primary
  • Mel Cozins, Whipton Barton Federation 
  • Lisa Gillard, Queen Elizabeth’s School
  • Maria Goodfellow, St Luke’s Church of England School
  • Tim Hingley, Isca Academy
  • Jane Long, Exwick Heights Primary School
  • Sue McComb, Shared Services, Ted Wragg Trust
  • Dawn Moutell, Lipson Co-Operative Academy
  • Yvonne Rowe, All Saints Academy Plymouth
  • Lesley Salter, West Exe School
  • Jemima Scott-Hake, Cranbrook Education Campus
  • Tara Stirzaker, St James School
  • Kerry Talliss, Marine Academy Plymouth
  • Sasha Thomas, Honiton Community College

A huge thank you to South West Metal Finishing for sponsoring our Co-professional of the Year Award.

Student Teamwork Award, sponsored by City College Plymouth         

This award recognises an inspirational team of students that demonstrate exceptional teamwork where all team members demonstrate high levels of collaborative skills in being positive, humble and hard working for the benefit of their team. 

Congratulations to the winners: 

  • CEC Lionesses (Primary Girls Football Team), Cranbrook Education Campus
  • The Ten Tors 45ers, West Exe School

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Well done to all nominees:

  • CEC Lionesses (Primary Girls Football Team), Cranbrook Education Campus
  • Exwick Heights Windy Wonders, Exwick Heights Primary School
  • Miloscz Najdowski, Isca Academy
  • Lipson Band, Lipson Co-Operative Academy
  • Silver Stories Group, Marine Academy Primary
  • Performing Arts Drama Group, Marine Academy Plymouth
  • The Under 18 Basketball Team 2022-23, Queen Elizabeth’s School
  • Music Tech Team, Sidmouth College
  • Pleasant Sense (student band), St James School
  • Year 8 Basketball Team, St Luke’s Church of England School
  • The Ten Tors 45ers, West Exe School

A huge thank you to City College Plymouth for sponsoring our Student Teamwork Award. 

Staff Teamwork Award, sponsored by PHP Law                                         

This award recognises teams/departments that demonstrate exceptional teamwork by showing passion and creativity to enhance the quality of provision offered by the department, school or the organisation as a whole.

Congratulations to the winners:

  • Student Services team, Lipson Co-Operative Academy

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Well done to all nominees:

  • Year 6 CEC Team (2022-23), Cranbrook Education Campus
  • The pastoral team, Honiton Community College
  • Cal Verney, Isca Academy
  • Student Services team, Lipson Co-Operative Academy
  • The site team, Marine Academy Primary
  • Marine Academy Maths Department, Marine Academy Plymouth
  • IT Team, Shared Services, Ted Wragg Trust
  • Fusion School Services, Shared Services, Ted Wragg Trust
  • The pastoral team, Sidmouth College
  • The St James electives team of community volunteers, St James School
  • The Maths Department, St Luke’s Church of England School
  • The DofE Squad, West Exe School

A huge thank you to PHP Law for sponsoring our Staff Teamwork Award. 

Inspirational Leader Award, sponsored by Bromcom                                

This award celebrates leaders with exceptional leadership qualities who have made an outstanding contribution to people beyond their immediate department or team.

Congratulations to the winners:

  • Lucy Bradbury, Exwick Heights Primary School
  • Alex Evans, St Luke’s Church of England School

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Well done to all nominees:

  • Mark Barlow, St James School
  • Lucy Bradbury, Exwick Heights Primary School
  • Angela Davies, Sidmouth College
  • Alex Druce, Marine Academy Primary
  • Alex Evans, St Luke’s Church of England School
  • Nicky Lewis, West Exe School
  • Gayle Passmore, Isca Academy
  • Aimee Toze, Lipson Co-Operative Academy

A huge thank you to Bromcom for sponsoring our inspirational Leader Award. 

Student Community Leadership Award, sponsored by Pinnacle 

This award recognises an individual or group of students who have shown outsanding commitment to community service or fundraising, and who spend a significant amount of their free time helping others or raising money for charities, campaigns or community groups, both in and outside of school.

Congratulations to the winners:

  • Peter Friend, Lipson Co-Operative Academy
  • Post 16 students, Honiton Community College

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Well done to all nominees:

  • Anisa Braha, Cranbrook Education Campus
  • Peter Friend, Lipson Co-Operative Academy
  • Amelie Machin, St Luke’s Church of England School
  • Kaya Murray, Isca Academy
  • Post 16 students, Honiton Community College
  • Charley Tregale, Sidmouth College
  • Imogen Waters, West Exe School

A huge thank you to Pinnacle Group for sponsoring our Student Community Leadership Award. 

Unsung Hero of the year Award, sponsored by Pinnacle                   

This award celebrates the colleague, governor or other volunteer who works tirelessly behind the scenes and makes a significant and ongoing contribution to their organisation or community, without seeking recognition or reward.

Congratulations to the winners:

  • Jenni Baker, Queen Elizabeth’s School
  • Carole Clark, Sidmouth College

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Well done to all nominees:

  • Roger Adams, Isca Academy
  • Jenni Baker, Queen Elizabeth’s School
  • David Brice, Exwick Heights
  • Carole Clark, Sidmouth College
  • Ben Davis, Honiton Community College
  • Colin Green, West Exe School
  • Mark Llewellyn, Ted Wragg Trust, Governor 
  • Carole Partridge, Marine Academy Secondary
  • Linda Pethick, Lipson Co-Operative Academy
  • Sue Pym. Ted Wragg Trust, Shared Services
  • Hayley Salter, Cranbrook Education Campus
  • Bridget Sharratt, St Luke’s Church of England School
  • Gillian Smith, Cranbrook Education Campus
  • Richard Stevens, All Saints Academy Plymouth
  • Keira Stinchcomb, Marine Academy Primary
  • Sue Thomas, Whipton Barton Federation 
  • Debbie Vickery, Fusion School Services

A huge thank you to Pinnacle Group for sponsoring our Unsung Hero of the year Award. 

Strengthening Communities Award, sponsored by University of Exeter 

This award recognises schools that have made a difference to others, either through volunteering, fundraising, supporting local causes and/or its contribution to a community hub.

Congratulations to the winners:

  • EX5 Alive Community Hub, Cranbrook Education Campus

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Well done to the short list of nominees for the Strengthening Communities School Award. 

  • EX5 Alive Community Hub, Cranbrook Education Campus
  • Holly Hinds, Isca Academy
  • Tracey Heath & Paul Brenton, Lipson Co-Operative Academy
  • St Luke's School, St Luke’s Church of England School

A huge thank you to the University of Exeter for sponsoring our Strengthening Communities Award.