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Prizes Information

Education
Discipline Prize How Prize is Awarded Value of Prize QSP Ledger Student Recordcode
Education   Ann Mackie Memorial Prize   The recipient of the prize should be drawn from the final year of the BEd Honours Music / BEd Honours Primary or the one year Postgraduate (Primary) / Postgraduate (Secondary). The prize will be awarded for excellence in School Experience, the recipient to be identified at the main diet Board of Examiners meeting by the relevant course in any given year. The prize consists of a commissioned piece of artwork/crystal, together with a plaque on which recipients and year of award would be engraved, plus a £50 book prize. This prize is offered on a 'rolling programme'. BEd Music, BEd Primary, PGCE Secondary, PGCE Primary. It will be awarded in the School of Education , not at the Ceremony.   £50 Book prize   115 CF10053-11   025  
Education   Richard A Greig PGDE Professional Studies Award   Awarded annually where commitment to social justice and professionalism is deemed outstanding   £200   115 CF10053-11   665  
Education   Steph Smith Award for Professional Values & Personal Commitment   This award will be given to the BEd Year 4 student nominated by student peers and tutors as displaying, throughout their four years of student life, learning and work, a level of excellence in their: value and commitment to social justice, inclusion, protecting and caring for children, young people, peers and colleagues; value in themselves as growing professionals, taking responsibility for their professional learning and development; value, respect and commitment to the communities in which they learn, live and work.   £50   115 CF10053-11   781  
Education   Jess Cutt Prize   1st year prize in Primary School Teaching and it is to recognise effort/commitment in their course of studies   £100   Administered by Development Trust   212  
Education   PwC Careers Education Prize   Awarded for best overall academic performance in the careers education course ED2550   £50   Awarded by PwC   1020  
Education   Kay Prize   Founded in 1899, under the will of David Kay (alumnus, Marishal College, 1944-46), Blairs. Awarded to the candidate who gains the highest distinction in Education, as determined by the results either of the class examinations alone or of the class examinations combined with an examination on such additional work as the Head of School/Discipline of Education may prescribe for this purpose. Candidates must be regular students proceeding to a degree and must state in writing that they intend on graduating to follow teaching as a profession.   £50   (EN) EP10071-11   456