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Posted: 15 Nov 2012 | Channels: Sport

Britain’s Sports Stars And Olympic Heroes Celebrate The Sporting Champions Of The Future At The Aviva School Sport Matters Awards 2012

The Daily Telegraph School Sport Matters Awards, supported by Aviva, aim to recognise the fantastic achievements in school sport over the last school year, and are an opportunity to further celebrate sport and athletics at all levels in the UK.

Award Winners:

STATE SCHOOL OF THE YEAR
Judge - Duncan Goodhew

1. The St Lawrence Academy, Doncaster
2. Skegness Academy
3. The Streetly Academy  (West Midlands)

CONTRIBUTION TO SCHOOL SPORT
Judge: Gail Emms

1. Malcolm Bailey (Surrey)
2. John Spencer (Sussex)
3. Helen Holdsworth (Leeds)

EXCELLENCE IN DISABLED/PARALYMPIC SPORT
Judges: Sarah/Barney Storey 

1. Hannah Russell (Devon)
2. Olivia Breen (Hampshire)
3. Jordan Howe (Wales)

TEACHER OF THE YEAR 
Judge: Jonathan Edwards

1. Liz Neale (North East)
2. Marilyn Walker (London)
3. Alison Mapp (West Midlands)

MALE PUPIL OF THE YEAR
Judge: Richard Whitehead

1. Tom Daley (Plymouth – South West)
2. Thomas Abell (Somerset)
3. Ben Duckettt (Buckinghamshire)

PRIMARY SCHOOL OF THE YEAR
Judge: Christine Ohuruogu

1. Woodlesford - Leeds
2. Pallister park primary – Middlesborough – North East
3. Elmley Castle - Worcestershire

AVIVA UNSUNG HERO
Judge: Jan Gooding – Aviva Global Marketing Director

1. Darren Padgett - Barnsley
2. Warwick School Swimming Team - Warwickshire
3. David Kirby - York

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL OF THE YEAR
Judge: Sally Gunnell

1. Plymouth College
2. Victoria College - Jersey
3. Bolton School

SCHOOL TEAM OF THE YEAR
Judge: Will Greenwood

1. Dulwich - London
2. Denstone - Staffordshire
3. Bishops Stortford - Hertfordshire 

FEMALE PUPIL OF THE YEAR
Judge: Jess Ennis

1. Lucy Garner - Leicestershire
2. Natasha Farrant - Plymouth
3. Ruta Meilutyte - Kent