Here are the Educate Awards 2021 evening images, can any use of these images please be credited: Image courtesy of Educate Awards/CPMM Media Group
“Thank you for a wonderful evening. We are absolutely delighted to be awarded the Innovative and Creative Literacy award for the 3rd consecutive year! Thank you for allowing the Education sector to have such a magnificent event to celebrate their hard work and achievements.”
Jennifer Young, Parish Primary School
“We’d like to say a big thank you to the Educate Awards team for putting on a fabulous event. Many congratulations to all of the finalists and to our whole school community for the great work that goes on behind the scenes to make these achievements possible.”
Andy Taylor, Whalley Range High School
“Thank you once again for 10 glorious years supporting all aspects of school life, shining a much needed spotlight on what goes on within our schools in order to provide the very best for our children, especially after the last tumultuous 18 months. You have made us all feel valued and proud of what we do.”
Fiona Wood, Netherton Moss Primary School
“Thank you so much, I can honestly say on behalf of myself and the team here at CER, this year was certainly the best although I am sure I have said this every year! The Awards never fail to deliver and this year was no exception. The performances, the hospitality and venue were amazing and as for the gif booth, what good fun! To celebrate all things educational, and the hard work that schools and teachers do every day is so important to the team here at CER so thank you."
Elaine Berry, CER
"It is always a privilege to be one of the judges. I love being able to be part of the joyous celebrations -and boy the winners were definitely up for celebrating! Actually everyone has such a lovely night it is wonderful and it is infectious - you go home on a high.”
Sue Cronin, Educate Awards judge.
“Well, what a night! You should be super proud. Congrats on a spectacular return. As I said on the night – would be our honour to support again next year”
Michelle Dow, All About STEM