Capita Education to sponsor ‘Teacher of the Year’ Award

Capita EducationThe Educate Awards is delighted to announce this year’s Teacher of the Year award will be sponsored by Capita Education.

The awards is the biggest celebration of education in the North West and returns for its fifth year on Friday 18 November at Liverpool Cathedral.

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.

Helping to celebrate an outstanding teacher on the night will be Capita Education, which has announced its sponsorship for the Teacher of the Year award.

Over the past 15 years, Capita Education has developed a reputation for high quality service to its nurseries, schools, academies, free schools and colleges as one of the UK’s most successful education recruitment businesses. Its experienced teams specialise in different areas of the education sector, including SEN, further education, leadership and early years.

Azam Mohammed, managing director of Capita Education, says: “We are thrilled to be sponsoring this year’s Teacher of the Year award. In our line of work we truly understand the lengths teachers go to support their students, this is a profession that should be celebrated and rewarded and the Educate Awards do just that!

“We are so excited to see which inspiring teachers will be on this year’s shortlist and are looking forward to celebrating with them all at the awards.”

Kim O’Brien, founder of the Educate Awards, says: “We are delighted to have Capita Education involved to help us award a truly inspiring Teacher of the Year. Working in education recruitment, they understand the importance of excellent teachers so are a perfect fit to help us celebrate an individual who brings learning to life.

“Without the support of sponsors like Capita Education, we wouldn’t be able to bring this unique event to the region which celebrates the value of teachers and recognises all the good happening in schools.”