The Chief Executive's Award for Teaching Excellence [CEATE] is organised by the Education Bureau with funding support from the Quality Education Fund. The first CEATE was organised in 2003/2004.
Aims of CEATE
- To recognise accomplished teachers who demonstrate exemplary teaching practices;
- To enhance the professional image and the social status of teachers, thereby gaining society’s recognition of the teaching profession and fostering a culture of respect for teachers;
- To pool together accomplished teachers through the CEATE Teachers Association to facilitate sharing of good practices; and
To foster a culture of excellence in the teaching profession.
CEATE (2020/2021) is open to teachers of Arts Education Key Learning Area, Mathematics Education Key Learning Area and students with Special Educational Needs or who plan, coordinate and implement support programmes for students with SEN.