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 has now confirmed its sponsorship for the 2020 ceremony and will continue to sponsor the Teacher of the Year category.

The awards will soon be in its ninth year and remains the largest education awards in the North West.

Last month, over 700 guests gathered for the Educate Awards ceremony, held at the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral and hosted by broadcaster Simon ‘Rossie’ Ross.

On the night, 21 awards were handed out to schools in the Liverpool City Region, Lancashire, Cheshire and Greater Manchester.

Managing director, Vikki Lowrey, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have renewed our sponsorship of the Teacher of the Year Award for the fifth consecutive year. At CER we champion excellence in recruitment and look forward to reflecting on the best practices in the region at the Educate Awards 2020.”

Kim O’Brien, founder of Educate Awards, said: “We are delighted that CER has renewed its sponsorship and is continuing to the support the highly-coveted Teacher of the Year Award.

“As recruiters in education, CER recognise the importance of amazing teachers and understand how one individual can truly transform students’ educational experience.

Kim added: “It is companies like CER that make the awards possible and we are very grateful for their incredible support over the years.”

With offices across England and Wales, and teams specialising in permanent recruitment and long term and emergency supply cover, CER is one of the go-to education recruitment companies.

From early years to further education, SEN to leaders in education, CER’s experienced teams specialise in making sure every school, academy, college, nursery or free school has the temporary and permanent staff it needs to give their students the education they deserve.