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C of E schools win prizes

by Margaret Holness Education Correspondent

STAFF from 12 Church of England schools were among the 2008 regional winners announced this week by the National Teaching Awards scheme. Three other C of E schools were recipients of the sustainable- schools awards given by the Department for Children, Schools and Families.

In the London region, Elizabeth Phillips (above), of St Marylebone CE Girls School, was named secondary head of the year, and Karen Chappell of St Thomas’s, north Kensington, was named primary teacher of ...

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