We are now accepting entries for the Educate Awards 2017.
Please use the form provided below.
"We believe it is important to celebrate the amazing work that is done in our local schools and that the Educate Awards is the perfect vehicle to do this. This year, the awards are expanding to include schools outside the Liverpool City Region, and we are proud to be part of such an inspirational event."
Liverpool Hope University
"All those who seek who seek to make lasting contributions to the lives of young people by educating them to the very highest standard possible should be involved in the Educate Awards. Those who are committed to supporting schools and educators should be adding their voices to the recognition, praise and thanks that these awards exist to bestow."
Mark Beedles, Managing Director, Connex Education
"We are delighted to have won again; it’s so good for all the school community to have everyone’s hard work recognised and to have proper value placed on the Arts. Congratulations to all the team for organising such a fantastic and uplifting event. Long may it continue!"
Fiona Wood, Headteacher, Netherton Moss Primary School Educate Award 2015 Winners Outstanding Arts in a Primary School
"Thank you and your team so much for the most wonderful evening. The venue, food, entertainment and the whole experience was incredibly special – one that we will cherish. We are all on cloud 9 and so proud of our pupils. We are already in the middle of a very exciting year so will definitely put in an application or two, or three, or four for next year’s awards."
David Graham, Creative Arts Team, Holly Lodge Girls’ College
On behalf of all the children, staff and governors at The "Observatory .....THANK YOU!! We had a fabulous time and are still trying to take on board the fact that WE WON. The award has given us recognition in the knowledge and confidence that what we are doing and what the children are achieving is amongst the best in the region."
The Observatory School, Educate Awards 2015 Winners, SEND Provision Award