Your final weekend to get your Educate Awards entries in!

MADThis is your final weekend to enter the Educate Awards! Don’t miss this opportunity to shine a spotlight on your school.

Entries are free and can be submitted up until Sunday 25 June.

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.

Top tips

Getting your key achievements across on your award entry in a clear and compelling way can be easier said than done.

With the Educate Awards entry deadline just two days away, we’ve compiled a list of top tips to make your entry shine.

Hear what schools say….

“To hear our school name called out was a truly amazing moment, I certainly won’t forget. We are incredibly proud of our achievement and have shared the success with our whole school community. It has spurred us on to continue to strive for the best for each and every child.”
Heather Wright, The District CE Primary School

“It really was a wonderful evening and felt very honoured to even be shortlisted. To be amongst such inspirational people just pushes us to strive for more success.”
Jennifer Radforth, St Augustine of Canterbury High School

“The Cathedral was full of so many inspirational schools and representatives – I have returned to work with a smile!”
David Graham, Holly Lodge Girls’ College

About the Educate Awards

The Educate Awards, now in its sixth year, is an annual celebration which aims to showcase the brilliance within the region’s education sector. Open to all schools in the Liverpool City Region, Cheshire and Lancashire, the awards are the biggest of its kind and cover every aspect of a school’s curriculum, teaching and staff.

Held in partnership with Copyrite Systems and Ricoh as title sponsors, other category sponsors include Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU); The Foundry Agency; Wray Brothers; Paul Crowley & Co; The Bishop of Liverpool, The Rt. Revd. Paul Bayes; The Liverpool Learning Partnership (LLP); Shaping Futures; All About STEM; LSSP; School Improvement Liverpool Ltd; Capita Education and Progress Schools.

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