Student-Led Staff Awards

Congratulations to the winners of the Student led Staff Awards!


The Student Led Staff Awards is an annual initiative run by the Students’ Association, where students and learners can nominate teaching and support staff for a range of awards. This year’s ceremony took place on the 27th February and we’re excited to announce that the following staff won in their respective categories.  


Natasha is an international corporate lawyer who has trained in and practiced Banking and Finance Law in the City of London at Dentons, the world’s largest law firm. She has over 13 years of university lecturing experience and is the Training Manager for the Holborn campus, alongside being the Tutor Lead for Business Law and Practice on the SQE and Legal Apprentices courses at BPP.

She has two degrees (First Class Honours) and a Masters in International Corporate and Commercial Law (Distinction) from the University of York. She has written articles and spoken and chaired panel discussions at the LSE (London School of Economics) which have focussed on inspiring young people, especially young women, to work in Corporate Law and Finance in the City.

A few words from Natasha…

‘I would like to thank every single one of my students for taking the time to nominate me, this really does mean the world to me. I think it is a privilege teaching and I really look forward to it everyday. I will treasure this award forever. Thank you very much again.’


Richard is a tutor for the Business School who has been working here for the past six years, teaching and module leading on the ADAF and MSc Accounting and Finance Programme.

A few words from Richard…

‘I just wanted to say thanks to all of the students who voted for me, its been an amazing feeling knowing that I have been making a difference to the students experience while studying at BPP. I would also like to thank all of the people I have worked with, every tutor and support staff in Manchester have helped me over the years, I am very lucky to work with a team of highly skilled tutors who set the benchmark for teaching quality.’


Claire is a barrister (non-practicing) who specialises in Commercial and Civil law. She works as a tutor for the Law School and has taught the BTC at BPP Bristol and London since 2017, mainly focussing on Submission Advocacy and Written Skills.

A few words from Claire…

‘Being nominated was lovely but reading the comments from students was the best part. I've always tried to make the BTC student experience as good as it can be, so that we have a generation of well equipped, ethically minded barristers entering the profession.’