A Liverpool-based education technology company has joined the Educate Awards as an official sponsor of the Most Inspirational Primary School Award.
Angel Solutions creates web-based applications to help all levels of the education sector, from pupils, teachers and school leaders right through to local authorities and large academy chains.
In 2012, Angel Solutions converted its offices into a Circus so that its surroundings could reflect the personality and innovation that takes place within the company.
The company has most recently developed an assessment software platform called Balance, which is helping Merseyside schools lead the way with a “child and learning-focused” Ofsted inspection framework.
Eighteen Liverpool and Wirral schools have now signed up to this revolutionary way of teaching.
In May, the company will host education festival RefreshED, featuring talks and interactive workshops from leading, world-renowned education experts.
This event is perfect for headteachers, senior leaders, subject coordinators and assessment leads. From deep and thought-provoking to sparkling and inspirational – visitors will leave with some valuable take-away-and-try ideas.
The company has also developed Perspective, a school improvement software for educational leaders to improve processes and impact the quality of the education they provide.
It is currently redeveloping the SEF module in line with the new Ofsted inspection framework and will be offering an ‘Ofsted debunking’ workshop at RefreshEd.
Andy Kent, Angel Solutions CEO & founder, said: “Angel Solutions are proud to sponsor the Most Inspirational Primary Schools category for the Educate Awards 2019.
“Having worked hand-in-hand with so many primary schools over the last 20 years, we know it’s going to be very difficult to choose a winner — but are very much looking forward to seeing the nominations from across the region.”
The Most Inspirational Primary School Award recognises a school that can show how they are inspirational for this academic year.
Judges will be looking for innovative approaches with measured success and the category will be looking at anything the school considers to be inspirational across the whole school curriculum or specific projects.
Entries are now open for all 21 award categories, with the deadline on Sunday 23 June 2019.
For further information about our award categories and how to enter, go to educateawards.co.uk/educate-awards-categories.
How to enter
We have 21 categories celebrating every aspect of the school life, as well as teachers and support staff.
Submitting an entry is so easy and completely free.
Head over to our online entry form and in no more than 750 words tell us why you tick all of the boxes in the category criteria.