A teacher has won a national award for helping to turn around the lives of her students through sport.
Brockington College enrichment co-ordinator Lesley Reynolds was named Sky Sports Living for Sport Teacher of the Year.
She had been nominated by Sue Lawrence, a colleague at the Enderby school.
After the ceremony, Lesley said: "I'm in shock. My face dropped when they announced my name. I never thought in a million years it would be me.
"When I heard all the other inspirational stories, I didn't think I stood a chance.
"It's been really nice, but really emotional. So much so it's brought tears to my eyes.
"I'm not a huge fan of being in the limelight but I feel really proud. It's been a truly magical day."
Sky Sports Living for Sport, delivered in partnership with Youth Sport Trust, uses stars and sporting skills to improve the lives of thousands of 11 to 16-year-olds.
Lesley has been involved in the scheme for nearly seven years, helping more than 150 pupils.
She has organised projects using traditional sports such as football and tennis, plus others involving cheerleading, self-defence and street dancing, to give youngsters a chance to shine at an activity they enjoy and get them re-engaged in school life.
She was presented with a trophy by Olympic heptathlete Jessica Ennis and sprinter Darren Campbell.
Lesley said: "The trophy is going to go pride of place in the trophy cabinet in school."
Darren said: "Lesley has set a fantastic example to all PE teachers across the UK.
"Her commitment to Brockington College's Sky Sports Living for Sport project has had an incredibly positive impact on the pupils, helping build a lifelong enthusiasm for sport and imparting valuable life skills.
"In my role as ambassador I've seen firsthand how much of an impact the scheme has on young people. "
Along with her trophy, Lesley won £2,000 to put towards Brockington's next Sky Sports Living for Sport project.