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Sharon Gray remembers vividly the moment that inspired her to become a teacher.  "I was around five or six years old when I walked into my big sister's classroom.  It was the most inviting, interesting, beautfiul environment, and it was the way her teacher enticed everybody. "

When the phone rang and a worried parent told Ray Coe her daughter was too ill to come to school, the dedicated teacher instantly offered his help.


Without PE teacher Alan, Britain would never have heard of Mo Farah.


Inspirational Llew Davies is a self-confessed "big kid" who puts education in the fast lane, delivering outstanding teaching with a Formula 1 twist.


After Rachel Dixon quit her job as a West End musical stage manager, she knew one profession where her skills would make a real difference.


When Jonathan was promoted to head of maths he knew he had a challenge.


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