Title Sponsors

  • Copyrite Systems

    From its head office in Speke, Copyrite Systems provides a highly professional, responsive and client-focused service that specifically addresses clients changing business needs.

    Passionate about managed print and deploying the latest technologies, its team works in the education sector to transform learning environments and to increase productivity. The company also specialises in many products to enhance learning, for example its Interactive Whiteboards which are used throughout classrooms and training rooms at all levels of education.

    T: 0151 486 2424
    W: www.copyritesystems.co.uk

  • Ricoh UK

    Ricoh is a global technology company specialising in office imaging equipment, production print solutions, document management systems and IT services. Ricoh, has been transforming the way people work for more than 80 years. Under its tagline – imagine. change. – Ricoh continues to empower companies and individuals with services and technologies that inspire innovation and boost business growth.

    It is known for the quality of its technology, the exceptional standard of its customer service and sustainability initiatives.

    T: 08457 44 55 65 or 0330 123 0311
    W: www.ricoh.co.uk

Associate Sponsors

  • Winstanley College Awards Sponsor

    Winstanley College

    Winstanley College is an award-winning college based in Wigan with a national reputation for excellence and for supporting students to achieve outstanding results. Its students progress onto top universities, prestigious apprenticeships and rewarding careers.

    Winstanley is all about the student as an individual – the college will support and challenge students and do its best to ensure all students achieve their dreams and ambitions.

    T: 01695 633244
    W: http://www.winstanley.ac.uk/

  • All About STEM

    All About STEM

    All About STEM work on lots of different projects to bring exciting Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics to schools across the North West, linking them with business and industry expert volunteers inspiring the next generation of STEM specialists.

    Described as the ‘hidden wiring in the system’, they are working hard to build and maintain relationships with schools, businesses, industry, colleges and universities so that they can strategically match-make opportunities with need. 

    Cutting through the noise is what they are all about, making sure that schools and industry have easy access to the information and events they need in order to support, enrich and enhance the work they’re doing.

    T: 0151 527 3823
    W: www.allaboutstem.co.uk

  • The Foundry Agency

    The Foundry Agency

    From helping schools spread their good news far and wide to designing signage, graphics and wall art that makes a big impact, The Foundry Agency is passionate about education.

    The integrated communications agency specialises in design, public relations and digital services; offering schools across the region a one-stop solution to advertising and marketing.

    Sponsors of the Educate Awards for seven years, agency director Fiona Barnet also sits on the esteemed judging panel, offering her media and creative expertise across a number of categories.

    T: 0151 709 1633
    W: www.thefoundryagency.co.uk

  • Liverpool John Moores University Award Sponsor

    Liverpool John Moores University

    A popular destination for students from across the globe, the exceptional student experience Liverpool John Moores University offers is founded on high quality teaching, ground-breaking research and dedicated staff throughout the University.

    With 13 research centres, four research institutes, and 550 postgraduate research students, it is ranked in the top 25 English universities for PhD completion rates.

    Its model of higher education places effective employer engagement, work-related learning and skills development at the heart of the student experience. Through the unique World of Work programme, developed in partnership with FTSE 100 companies, and leading business organisations, every student is equipped with the skills they need to gain their dream job or set up their own business: 92% of students are in work or further study six months after graduating.

    T: 0151 231 2121
    W: www.ljmu.ac.uk

  • CER Education

    CER Education

    With offices nationwide, CER Education has become one of the most successful education recruitment businesses in the UK. Its experienced teams specialise in different areas of the education sector, including SEN, further education, leadership -recruitment-and early years.

    Over the past 15 years, CER Education has developed a reputation for high quality service to its nurseries, schools, academies, free schools and colleges.

    From its Liverpool office, it covers local education authorities including Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton, St Helens, Wirral, Halton, Warrington, West Cheshire, West Lancashire and Isle of Man.

    T: 0151 242 6020
    W: cer.co.uk

  • Liverpool School Sports Partnership (LSSP)

    Liverpool School Sports Partnership (LSSP)

    Liverpool School Sports Partnership has been supporting PE, physical activity and school sport since 2000.

    LSSP is proud to be a school-based organisation committed to providing outstanding support to schools across the area. It promotes, develops and enhances P.E, school sport and healthy lifestyles.

    The LSSP management group has proven expertise in education, sport development and training and is supported by a very experienced competition and events team.

    LSSP operates strategically to access additional opportunities and resources to benefit teachers and students in local schools.

    T: 0151 530 3010
    W: www.lssp.co.uk

  • Progress to Excellence Group

    Progress to Excellence Group

    Progress to Excellence Group is the parent company of a number of education and training companies who operates nationally to support individuals from the age of 13 upwards.

    Via its range of independent alternative education settings, adult skills provision and commercial training, the Group are able to support individuals to achieve nationally recognised vocational qualifications.

    T: 0151 433 6100
    W: www.ptegroup.co.uk

  • Liverpool Learning Partnership

    Liverpool Learning Partnership (LLP)

    The Liverpool Learning Partnership (LLP) was set up by school and education leaders to ensure the needs of all learners are prioritised. Known as ‘The Liverpool Family of Schools’, LLP has 99% of schools engaged in the Partnership from all phases of education.

    Collaboration is at the heart of LLP and it seeks to bring an education perspective to major city initiatives. These include: The Families Programme; Community Cohesion; the Children and Family Trust; Liverpool Children’s Transformation Programme Board and Liverpool Challenge.

    In addition to this, LLP drives forward initiatives including quality marks in Reading for Pleasure, Numeracy, Artmark and Attendance.

    T: 0151 724 4006
    W: www.liverpoollearningpartnership.com

  • School Improvement Liverpool

    School Improvement Liverpool

    School Improvement Liverpool are experts in education, with a firmly established reputation as one of the leading service providers in the North West.

    It offers schools a superior service, delivering consultancy, training and professional development via our trusted and experienced team, who have proven track records of excellence and credibility.

    Its aim is to challenge and enable schools and other settings to be the best they can be. The positive impact from our services in schools, support and professional development opportunities reaches in excess of 70,000 children.

    T: 0151 233 3901
    W: www.schoolimprovementliverpool.co.uk

  • Liverpool Diocesan Schools Trust (LDST)

    The Liverpool Diocese Schools Trust (LDST) was established in 2017 following extensive consultation with all Church of England schools in the Diocese of Liverpool. As a diocesan led Multi Academy Trust (MAT) it believes it can create stronger bonds of collaboration and cooperation, sharing good practice, addressing areas of weakness and offering increased opportunities for professional development.

    Since then, 16 schools have joined the Trust and are now working in partnership and collaborating within a strong and inclusive network, to address some common priorities, within a local context.

    The Trust has three key drivers: to keep the Church of England family of (120) schools together; to keep Jesus at the heart of those schools and to build on the very strong educational foundation we already had (90% of schools are judged as ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’).

    T: 0151 705 2190
    W: http://www.ldst.org.uk

  • David Robinson Award Sponsor

    DMR, David M Robinson, Jewellery & Watches

    Talent, perseverance, craftsmanship and integrity remain at the very heart of David M Robinson Ltd.

    David M Robinson employs more in house goldsmiths than any other retailer in the North of England. His close team now includes designers, expert watchmakers and talented display artists. His jewellery collections remain exclusive to his showrooms in Liverpool, Manchester, Altrincham and London’s Canary Wharf.

    Customers today travel many miles to have bespoke pieces commissioned and placed inside the famous ‘yellow boxes’.

    T: 020 7538 2332
    W: www.davidmrobinson.co.uk

  • Satis Education sponsor Educate Awards

    Satis Education

    Education recruitment and consultancy business, Satis Education, was established to support the needs of clients including schools, academies, multi academy trusts, dioceses and local authorities, in a way that is sensitive to the challenges facing education providers today.

    Its project teams are at the forefront of education delivery as consultants or current practitioners within high-performing education establishments, including Teaching School Alliances.

    As a social enterprise, Satis Education is committed to supporting the delivery of a world class education for every child regardless of background or ability.

    T: 01744 742351
    W: www.satiseducation.co.uk

  • Signature Living sponsor Educate Awards

    Signature Living

    Since opening its first hotel in 2008, the Signature Living Group has grown massively. The group, established by Lawrence and Katie Kenwright now operates five hotels including Signature Living Hotel, 30 James Street – home of the Titanic, The Shankly Hotel and the Exchange Hotel in Cardiff.

    The company also has a further nine hotels currently in development, which includes Loyolla Hall in St Helens, the football-themed Dixie Dean in Liverpool, the second Shankly Hotel in Preston and the soon to be opened George Best hotel in Belfast.

    Signature Living employs over 700 people across a wide range of sectors with no zero hour contracts.

    T: 0151 236 0166
    W: www.signatureliving.co.uk

  • Angel Solutions Educate Awards 2019

    Angel Solutions

    Angel Solutions create innovative web-based applications to help all levels of the education sector, from pupils, teachers and school leaders.

    Its main focus is building software solutions that improve the education industry. The team is passionate about providing scalable database-driven .NET software from school based tools to national statistical information. Angel produces software for 100s of schools, children’s centres, academy chains and local authorities in England.

    Angel Solutions’ circus themed office is situated at the Liverpool Science Park, just a short walk from the city centre.

    T: 0845 833 0933
    W: www.angelsolutions.co.uk