Royal Society of Biology: School Biology Teacher of the Year Award
2015-16 Award (11-18 category) now open for nominations
Do you know an amazing teacher of biology who deserves recognition? Why not nominate them for an award to recognise their talent and skill? The School Biology Teacher of the Year Award aims to recognise the very best and most inspiring teachers of biology and is open to all teachers who are: working with students aged 11-18 years old, teaching pre-university level biology programmes of study, currently employed in a UK based school or college.
The nomination process
The nomination procedure has two stages, an initial detailed proposal, supported by a senior colleague, followed by a short-listing of up to three candidates who will be assessed in further detail. The second stage of assessment includes a school visit.
Nominations may be suggested by: teachers themselves, their teaching colleagues, parents of students, school governors and head teachers. The teacher being nominated needs to be involved in the nomination process and nominees will typically have at least 5 years' experience of classroom teaching. This year's winner will receive £500 for themselves and £500 of Oxford University Press resources for their school in addition to prizes from UK 3B Scientific Ltd and the National Science Learning Centre.
Completed nomination forms should be submitted by Friday 18th December 2015.
For further information and access to the nomination form and guidance notes, go to School Biology Teacher of the Year Award