This award highlights an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to school and higher education sport, through teaching, coaching, organising or administration.
Paul Brazinskas – Paul has been a PE teacher at Priory LSST since 1993 and is a member of staff that is universally liked by pupils, staff and parents. He is a motivational and enthusiastic teacher and very supportive with pupils of all abilities. He turns his hand enthusiastically to any sport and on many occasions he sacrifices his own weekend hockey games to provide support to pupils and their extracurricular activities.
John Anderson, 42 – John has one passion; school sport. With over 20 years of experience working as a class teacher in primary schools, John has dedicated his life to teaching a wide range of sporting activities to children of all ages and abilities. Children at The Parish Church School in Gainsborough are always encouraged by John to take part in and enjoy extra-curricular sporting activities and he has been the driving force to move the school from Bronze to Silver level for the Sainsbury’s School Sport Kitemark Award.
Christina Mower – For the last two years Christina has gone out of her way to deliver the Sainsbury’s School Games Level 2 competitions in the Lincolnshire Central School Sport Partnership area, as well as help support the Level 3 County Festival. Without Christina’s constant planning, organising of fixtures and help in training young leaders to umpire Rounders, several competitions would not be able to be included in the School Games in Lincolnshire.