2012 Star Awards
The 2012 Star Awards Ceremony was held on Friday 9 November at Anniesland College, Glasgow.
Hosted by media personality Kaye Adams the glittering evening will reward and recognise inspirational achievements and commitment from individuals, schools, colleges and training organisations across Scotland.
The highest award of SQA – The Fellowship – will be conferred on Brian Lister OBE, the principal of Stevenson College, Edinburgh for his substantial and significant contribution to education and training in Scotland.
Brian Lister OBE with Janet Brown
Pride o' Worth
Each year, SQA celebrates the success and commitment demonstrated by individuals, schools, colleges, training providers and businesses.
In addition to the range of Awards presented on the evening, SQA’s Pride o’ Worth Awards are given to one individual and one centre who have demonstrated outstanding achievement over the course of the year.
Individual Pride o’ Worth Winner
Craig Nicolson, Anderson High School, Lerwick
Pride o' Worth winner Craig Nicholson with Janet Brown and Kaye Adams
Centre Pride o’ Worth Winner
Dumfries and Galloway Council, Nithsdale Community Learning and Development
Pride o' Worth winner Martin Rae and Fiona Daubney with Janet Brown
Click on the links below to see the winners and who was highly commended.
- School Candidate of the Year Award
- College Candidate of the Year Award
- Training Organisation Candidate of the Year Award
- Lifelong Learning Candidate Award
- Academic Excellence Award
- Appointee of the Year Award
- SQA Champion Award
- Innovation Award
- Lifelong Learning for Centres Award
- Partnership of the Year Award
- International Award
Thanks to all of our entertainment on the evening.
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