2020 TIC Acknowledgment awards


Congratulations to Parkstone Primary Hull, on receiving the Steeley award 2020
As a school you went above and beyond to support a child with Tourettes Syndrome. It hasn’t been an easy journey for all involved but you have faced each challenge head on. Keep up the good work.

Well done to the teachers who were nominated by our members for a T.I.C. award, you all went above and beyond to make a child with Tourettes syndrome/tic disorders feel included and supported.

Kingsmead Secondary School - Retired teacher – Mrs Austins

St Thomas C of E Primary School -Mrs Webster and Mrs Sherwood

Utterby Primary School – Miss Wilson

Old Clee Primary School – Miss Mills and Miss Offlier

Leeds City Academy – Mr Fox

Laceby Acres Academy – Miss Walster

Wansbeck Primary School – Miss Wood

Longhill Primary School – Mrs Strickland and Mrs Crozier

Malet Lambert Secondary School – Mr Morris

Mount School York – Miss Humby

Bellfield Primary School – Miss Hunter-Mitchell


Well done to the individual medical professionals who were nominated by our members for a TIC award, you all went above and beyond to make a person with Tourettes syndrome/tic disorders feel supported and understood.

Birmingham Tourettes Clinic – Dr Cavanna

Sheffield Children’s Hospital – Dr Mordekar

Hull Royal Infirmary – Dr Jose & Nikki Heena

Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham – Joe Kilgariff

Strength Award

Well done to the TIC members who were nominated for a Strength Award. For continuing to shine despite life’s obstacles!


Alex Utley

Isobelle Dagger

Luca Haden

Bailey Steeley

Mitchell Award

The Mitchell Award is given to the individual who went the extra mile to raise money for T.I.C. during 2020.

Gary Jackson

Outstanding member of the Community

The Outstanding member of the community award nominated by our T.I.C. members for providing advocacy and awareness to the larger Tourettes community, was awarded to

Pau Stevenson