A TEACHER from Leamington has been recognised with a mentoring award.
Sarah Baggott, from Trinity Catholic School, was honoured with the award from Warwick University which recognises those who go above and beyond to support trainee teachers.
Sarah – who is the school’s link with teacher trainees – won the votes of PGCE students at the university for the ‘Best Mentor’ trophy.
Sarah said: “This is a role I thoroughly enjoy. Especially seeing students develop professionally within their chosen field and engaging students to share ideas and supporting them in overcoming hurdles. It was a huge honour to have been chosen. I am delighted and thank all the staff at Trinity that support me through their time and expertise.”
Principal Chris Gabbett said: “I am really happy for Sarah who is head of modern languages. The effort she puts into this role is mirrored by her exceptional impact in our languages departments. She is an outstanding colleague – Trinity is lucky to have her.”