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Saturday, 12 June, 1999, 01:44 GMT 02:44 UK
The full list of education-related birthday honours:
Professor Brian Edward Frederick Fender, CMG, For services to the University of Keele and the Higher Education Funding Council for England.
Professor John Stanley Marsh, CBE, For services to the Agricultural Industry and to Agricultural Education.
Professor Robert Keith O'Nions, FRS, Professor of the Physics and Chemistry of Minerals, University of Oxford. For services to the Earth Sciences.
Philip Stevens Ledger, CBE, Principal, Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. For services to Music.
Professor Bernard Arthur Owen Williams, Emeritus Professor of Moral Philosophy and Fellow of All Souls College, University of Oxford. For services to Philosophy.
Order of the Bath
Michael George Bichard, Permanent Secretary, Department for Education and Employment.
Dame Commander of the British Empire
Mavis Grant, Headteacher, Mary Trevelyan Primary School, Newcastle upon Tyne. For services to Education.
Commander of the British Empire
David James Charles Anderson, Head of Education, Victoria and Albert Museum. For services to Museums.
Professor Alan David Baddeley, FRS, Professor of Psychology, University of Bristol. For services to the Study of Human Memory.
Professor Averil Millicent Cameron, Warden, Keble College, University of Oxford. For services to Classical Scholarship.
Michael Herbert Collier, Chief Executive, One North East and lately Chief Executive, Funding Agency for Schools. For services to Education.
Christopher Cosgrave, Headteacher, St John the Divine Primary School, Lambeth, London. For services to Education.
Professor Dianne Edwards, FRS, Distinguished Research Professor of Palaeobotany, University of Wales, Cardiff. For services to Botany.
Anthony John Gavin, Headteacher, St. Margaret's Academy, Livingston. For services to Developing Standards in Education.
Philip John Hunter, Director of Education, Staffordshire County Council. For services to Education.
Professor Margot Ruth Aline Lister, Professor of Social Policy, Loughborough University. For services to Social Issues.
Professor Rona McLeod MacKie, Professor of Dermatology, University of Glasgow. For services to Dermatology and Melanoma Research.
Anne Odling-Smee, For services to Education.
Christopher Stuart Parker, Headteacher, Nottingham High School and Chairman, Advisory Group on Independent/State School Partnerships. For services to Education.
Order of the British Empire
Professor Michael Anderson, Professor of Economic and Social History, University of Edinburgh. For services to Education.
Sister Dorothy Bell, For services to Education.
Edward Martin Bowen, For services to Secondary Education.
William Lilly Black, For services to the University of Kingston-upon-Hull
Barbara Mary Connolly, For services to the Liverpool College Choral Society.
Christine Crathorne, Department for Education and Employment.
Professor Peter Hobley Davison, Research Professor of English, De Montfort University. For services to Literature.
James Durcan, Principal, Ruskin College, Oxford. For services to Adult Education.
Professor Roger Alfred Fairhurst Ellis, For services to Third Level Education.
Marilyn Elizabeth Gibbons, Lately Headteacher, Caia Park Nursery School, Wrexham. For services to Nursery Education.
John Lloyd Hamilton, Director and Chairman, County Durham Training and Enterprise Council. For services to Industrial, Training and Education Issues.
John Charles Frederick Hayward, Registrar and secretary, University of Durham and Provost, University of Durham, Stockton Campus. For services to Higher Education Management.
Professor Patsy Healey, Director, Centre for Research in European Urban Environments, Department of Town and Country Planning, University of Newcastle. For services to Planning.
Neil Trevor Jones, Headteacher, Ysgol Glanymor Comprehensive, Pwllheli, Gwynedd. For services to Standards and Leadership in Education.
Roger Geoffrey Luxton, Principal Inspector, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. For services to Education Standards.
Valerie MacIver, Chairman, Highland Council Education Committee. For services to Education.
Professor Adam Clark McBride, For services to the Understanding of Mathematics in Schools.
Cerri Martin Morse, Headteacher, Penrhys Junior School, Rhondda Cynon Taff. For services to Education.
Elizabeth Louise Passmore, Head, School Improvement Division, Office for Standards in Education.
Professor William Edgar Paterson, Director, Institute for German Studies, University of Birmingham. For services to German Scholarship.
Patricia Ann Petch, JP Chair, National Governors' Council. For services to Education.
Professor David Phillips, Head, Department of Chemistry, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine. For services to Science Education.
Ann Margaret Risman, Principal, Richmond Adult and Community College, Surrey. For services to Further Education.
Usha Sahni, Headteacher, Argyle Primary School, Kings Cross, London. For services to Education.
Michaela Sarah Sheila, Saunders, Headteacher, Shaw Park Primary School, Hull. For services to Education.
Margaret Mary Smart, Director, Catholic Education Service. For services to Education.
Professor Christopher David Stephens, Head, Division of Child Dental Health, University of Bristol. For services to the use of IT in the Dental Profession and to Education.
Patricia Lesley Stewart, Headteacher, Clatterbridge School, Wirral. For services to Special Needs Education.
Aidan Bertram Gordon Stokes, Principal, North Warwickshire and Hinckley College. For services to Education Policy.
Shirley Jean Trundle, Childcare Unit, Department for Education and Employment.
Member of the British Empire
Nina Rose Alcock, For services to Education in Suffolk.
Mavis Fraser Bain, For services to Educational Examinations in Scotland.
Christine Mary Buckton, Education consultant. For services to Family Literacy. Nr
William Burns, For services to Primary Education and to the Arts.
Elizabeth Marjorie Calvert, Lately School Crossing Patrol. For services to Road Safety in North Yorkshire.
The Honourable Jennet Campbell, For services to Education and to Music in Cornwall.
Elizabeth Clark, Lately School Crossing Patrol, Annette Street Primary School, Glasgow. For services to Road Safety.
Rose Clayton, Nursery Leader, Tartan Tots Day Nursery, Royal Cornhill Hospital, Aberdeen. For services to Nursery Education.
Margaret McCubbin Cole, For services to the community, especially Stanmore Primary School, in Hampshire.
George Alborough Cockman, For services to the community, especially Education, in Steyning, West Sussex.
Cyril Clive Beynon Day, For services to the Development of Education and Technical Provision in South East Wales.
Douglas John Dennis, Chairman, Guidance Enterprises Group. For services to Education in North Yorkshire.
Jane Dickinson, Senior Personal secretary, Department for Education and Employment.
Dorothy Ann Dobson, Assistant director, Department of Physical Education, University of Dundee. For services to Physical Education, particularly for Elderly People.
Annie England, School Nurse, Wigan Leigh Area Health Service Trust. For services to Health Care.
John Boyd Fisher, Principal, Fisher Associates. For services to Education and Training in the Construction Industry.
Charles Frederick Frampton, School Crossing Patrol. For services to Road Safety and the community in Titchfield, Hampshire.
Anthony Douglas Gay, Deputy Principal, Kidderminster College, Worcestershire. For services to Further Education.
Bert Isaac, For services to Art Education in Wales. Abergavenny, Monmouthshire
Howard Philip Maxim Jeffrey, Mentor Programme Co-ordinator, City and Islington College, London. For services to the Mentor Programme and to Further Education.
Rose Elizabeth Lever, For services to Out of School Childcare in Royton, Lancashire.
John Roland MacHin, Senior Teacher, Heathfield High School, Congleton. For services to Careers Education.
Avtar Singh Mangat, Headteacher, Wilkes Green Junior School, Handsworth, Birmingham. For services to Education.
Amy Elizabeth Markham, Lately School Cook. For services to the William Marshall VC Primary School, Welney, Cambridgeshire.
John McLeod, Head of Education and Training, Suffolk Training and Enterprise Council. For services to the New Deal in Suffolk.
Peter Mercer, President, the Gypsy Council for Education, Culture, Welfare and Civil Rights. For services to Gypsy/Traveller Education.
Robert Morris, For services to University College, Oxford.
Mary Margaret Oakes, Chair of Governors, Anchorsholme County Primary School, Blackpool. For services to Education and to the community.
John Roland Reader, For services to the Captain Cook Schoolroom Museum, Great Ayton, North Yorkshire.
William Skyrme Rees, Headteacher, Priory Junior School. For services to Education in Pembrokeshire, West Wales.
Ronald Restall, Parent-Governor, Ian Ramsey CE Secondary and Rosehill Infant Schools, Stockton-on-Tees. For services to Education on Teesside.
Sarah Elizabeth Margaret Robinson, For services to Nursery Education.
Malcom Graham Robinson, For services to the Northampton Grammar School.
Joshua Rowe, Chair of Governors, King David High School Manchester. For services to Education.
Ursula Russell, Chair, Quality Careers Service, Coventry. For services to Education, Training and Careers Guidance.
Anne Smith, Headteacher, Crickhowell County Primary School, Powys. For services to Education.
Patricia Catherine Smith, Headteacher, Abercorn School, Glasgow. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs.
Gerard Michael Stothard, JP, For services to Education in Hertfordshire.
Myrtle Rosemary Ivy Tabel, For services to Education and to Charity on Guernsey.
Anthony George Andor Wates, Lately Headteacher, Tavistock County Primary School, West Devon. For services to Education.
Pamela Wilkinson, Cleaner in Charge. For services to the Wirksworth Infant School, Matlock, Derbyshire.
Jean Williams, Tutor in English and Drama, Hartlepool Sixth Form College. For services to Education.
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