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Moray & Banffshire Heroes 2024: Nominate your primary school teachers


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Emma Rose was named primary school teacher of the year in 2023.
Emma Rose was named primary school teacher of the year in 2023.

Primary school teachers make an enormous contribution to the development of our youngest pupils - from P1, where wee ones have just made the big move up from nursery, to P7 and the preparation for the leap to high school!

Moray & Banffshire Heroes 2024 wants to hear all about the amazing primary school teachers who have made a huge contribution to the lives of their pupils. The primary school teacher of the year will be an individual who has made a significant difference, beyond the normal expectations, to the learning experience of their pupils or found innovative ways to teach that helps pupils enjoy it and be successful.

NOMINATE at https://www.hnmedia.co.uk/morayheroes/ by February 4.

Sponsorship of the primary school teacher award is available. Contact Lynn.Gardner@hnmedia.co.uk

Each week, your favourite Highland News & Media websites and newspapers will highlight a Moray & Banffshire Heroes category:

  • Charitable organisation NEW
  • School NEW
  • Carer
  • Healthcare
  • Volunteer
  • Fundraiser
  • Emergency services/armed forces
  • Green hero
  • Primary pupil
  • Primary teacher
  • Secondary pupil
  • Secondary teacher
  • Community champion
  • Brave child
  • Green community venture NEW

Once all of your nominations are received, our judges will create a shortlist which will be revealed in a special supplement and you will be invited to vote for your winners. There is also a special award presented to the hero of heroes who is chosen by the judges from all of your category winners at the awards ceremony at The Banff Springs Hotel on April 25.

Who will you nominate?
Who will you nominate?

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