Celebrate Britain’s Best Teachers with Collection Pot’s Teacher of the Year Award!

As the end of the school year approaches, it’s the perfect time to reflect on the incredible impact teachers have on our lives. Thousands of parents and students nationwide are already using Collection Pot to show their appreciation by grouping together to give their favourite teachers meaningful gifts. This year, we’re taking things up a notch with an exciting new initiative.

Introducing Collection Pot’s Teacher of the Year Award

To honour the hard work and dedication of teachers, teaching assistants, support staff, and headteachers, Collection Pot is teaming up with Fun Kids Radio to find and celebrate Britain’s best teacher. We want to hear your stories about those extraordinary teachers who go above and beyond every single day.

Prizes worth £1,500 are up for grabs. If one of your teachers is crowned Britain’s best, everyone wins!

What to include in your application

We want to know what makes your teacher the best. Do you have a teacher who makes school a joy to attend? Maybe they created a breakfast club that your child loves, or maybe they’ve supported your child through a tough time. Whatever the reason, we want to know why your teacher deserves to be crowned the best in Britain.

Nominations open on June 10th; you have until 23:59 on June 23rd to complete your entry. The winner will be announced on July 7th.

Once you’ve submitted your nomination, don’t forget to create a free Collection Pot for your favourite teacher. It’s a fantastic way to gather a group card and collection from the whole class to say thanks. Plus, if your teacher wins, we’ll top up the Pot with an additional £250!

Show your appreciation, share your stories, and make sure your favourite teacher gets the recognition they deserve. Join us in celebrating Britain’s best teachers with Collection Pot’s Teacher of the Year Award!

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