Teachers have been rewarded for taking on extra projects to help improve their school.
Five staff from Stamford Queen Eleanor School have gained qualifications in the national lead practitioner scheme, run by The Schools Network.
The initiative rewards teachers who have gone above and beyond their normal duties to improve both their own school and those further afield.
Head of humanities Tony Hayes, assistant headteacher Mike O’Keeffe, science teachers Terri-Ann Sayle and Julie Nolan and languages teacher Kate Moss are the latest Queen Eleanor staff to gain the qualification.
Three teachers have already become lead practitioners at the school.
Julie, who is also leader of learning at the school, said: “I’m really pleased to be involved with the lead practitioner projects at Stamford Queen Eleanor.
“The work of the recently assessed cohorts, and those still working towards assessment, is having a real impact in school.
“I’m looking forward to bringing news of a further five or more newly accredited lead practitioners here in the summer.”