Tag: Educate Awards

Merseyside schools join forces to form super choir extravaganza!

A 250 strong super choir is set to take centre stage at this year’s Educate Awards ceremony at Liverpool Cathedral. Young choristers from nine schools across Merseyside are bringing their musical talents together to perform a medley of songs on the awards evening, which takes place on Friday 18 November. The schools taking part include… Read more »

Educate Awards entries are top of the class for 2016!

Copyrite Systems and Ricoh

A record number of schools and colleges have entered the biggest celebration of education in the North West – the Educate Awards 2016. The awards bring together inspiring leaders and support staff from schools in the Liverpool City Region, Cheshire and Lancashire to showcase the brilliance within the region’s education sector. Hundreds of entries have… Read more »

eCadets launch Go Bubble

eCadets Go Bubble

Schools across the country are being given a free gift that will allow them to connect their classrooms to schools around the world. Go Bubble, the brainchild of Henry Platten, is a site that has all the fun of social media with the bad bits taken out. Henry Platten is a former police sergeant and… Read more »

Digital ambassadors for new school technology

digital ambassadors

Digital ambassadors for new school technology. New Park Primary School is introducing a new ambassador programme for its pupils this September, training them to use the school’s new impressive technology. Copyrite Systems and Ricoh, joint headline sponsors of this year’s Educate Awards, delivered the UK’s first Interactive Learning Table (ILT) to New Park Primary School in Liverpool… Read more »

Wray Bros help to honour education in the region

Wray Bros

Liverpool-based Wray Brothers is the latest company to sponsor the Educate Awards, bringing its inspirational story to the awards celebration. Some 31 years ago, The Princes Trust helped the founders of Wray Bros, Graham and Mark Wray, two under privileged kids from Toxteth, start a new business. What started out as a rags and wipers… Read more »