Schools and colleges honoured at the Educate Awards

Outstanding schools and colleges from across the North West were triumphant, on Friday 29 January, after winning at the Educate Awards. The ceremony, in partnership with Copyrite Systems and Ricoh, took place virtually and was streamed on YouTube, due to the current coronavirus restrictions in place. The Educate Awards would have normally been held at… Read more »

The Educate Awards ceremony goes virtual!

The Educate Awards ceremony will be broadcast live on YouTube, on Friday 29 January.  Due to COVID-19, the event has had to take on a different format this year and following the successful broadcast of the shortlist announcement, the winners will now be revealed via a live stream in the new year.   Although the physical event with the drinks reception, sit-down dinner and the glittering ceremony can’t take place, the team at the awards are working hard to ensure some elements remain the same, with a… Read more »

2020 Shortlist announced!

59 primary and secondary schools, academies, colleges and alternative education providers from around the North West have been named in the Educate Awards 2020 shortlist. The awards, in partnership with Copyrite Systems and Ricoh, is in its ninth year and is the largest education awards in the North West. Due to pandemic, the ceremony has been postponed… Read more »

Educate Awards shortlist to go virtual!

The team behind the Educate Awards has confirmed the announcement of the 2020 shortlist will be broadcast live online! Traditionally, the shortlist is revealed to schools and colleges by email and on Twitter, however, this year the Educate Awards has decided to make the announcement extra special by streaming it online. Founder of the awards, Kim O’Brien will present it with help from sponsors and judges who will announce… Read more »

Why it’s time to thank teachers and support staff! 

The Educate Awards is encouraging students and parents to recognise their favourite teachers and support staff who have gone above and beyond during the pandemic.  Whether they have been conducting lessons on video conferencing platforms, delivering work to the homes of families who are unable to access the internet or providing care packages to those receiving free school meals – many teaching and non-teaching… Read more »