New judge joins the panel

The Educate Awards has confirmed a new judge will be joining the esteemed panel for 2020. Tim Lane, senior lecturer in geography and programme leader for climate change at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), will bring with him a wealth of knowledge and in particular, be able to judge entries that relate to the environment… Read more »

New categories for 2020

The team behind the Educate Awards has confirmed that there will be new categories open for entry this year. The ‘Most Inspirational Alternative Provision by a School’ and ‘School Governor of the Year’ awards are amongst the latest additions. The Most Inspirational Alternative Provision by a School category will recognise alternative providers and mainstream schools… Read more »

LSSP supports the Educate Awards for a fifth year

Liverpool School Sports Partnership (LSSP) has agreed to continue to sponsor the Educate Awards for another year. Following this year’s successful event, LSSP has pledged its support for a fifth year and will sponsor the Outstanding Commitment to Sport in Primary School category. LSSP is a not-for-profit Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) that is dedicated to… Read more »

CER continues to support the Educate Awards

The Educate Awards team is delighted to announce that CER will be supporting the event for the fifth year running! The UK-wide education recruitment agency, which places teachers and education professionals in short-term, long-term and permanent roles, has been a sponsor of the awards since 2016. Following this year’s event on Friday 15 November, CER… Read more »

SupplyWell signs up for the Educate Awards 2020

The Educate Awards is delighted to announce that SupplyWell has come on board as an associate sponsor for next year’s ceremony. The Liverpool-based recruitment tech company, which matches supply teachers with schools that are in need of cover, attended the awards for the first time in November and was taken aback by the scale of… Read more »