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Educate Magazine - 2021-05-01

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Schools and colleges honoured at the Educate Awards

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Outstanding schools and colleges from across the North West were triumphant, on Friday 29 January, after winning at the Educate Awards 2020. The ceremony, in partnership with Copyrite Systems and Ricoh, took place virtually and was streamed on YouTube, due to the current coronavirus restrictions in place. The Educate Awards would have normally been held at the Liverpool Cathedral in November 2020. Presented by broadcaster Simon ‘Rossie’ Ross, the live ceremony connected with judges and sponsors, via Zoom, who revealed the winning schools. The event then crossed live to the individuals from the winning schools to find out their reaction in real time. Each of the 21 awards focus on different aspects of school life, including careers and enterprise, STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects, SEND (special educational needs and disabilities), as well as sport, the arts and mental health and wellbeing. Inspiring individuals are also recognised through the Teacher of the Year Award, School Support Star of the Year Award, and the latest category to be introduced, the School Governor of the Year Award. Kim O’Brien, founder of the Educate Awards, said: “A huge congratulations to all the winning schools and colleges! I would also like to say a big well done to the runners-up, those who were shortlisted and everyone who took the time to enter last year. You should all be very proud of yourselves!” “It has been really tough for those working in schools and we are so pleased that we have managed to find a way to shine a spotlight on the hard work and dedication that goes on inside and outside of school. We hope this has given a much-needed lift to those in education, given the incredibly challenging times we are going through at the moment.” Kim added: “2021 is the tenth year of the Educate Awards and we are very excited to start planning an extra special event!” Associate sponsors of the Educate Awards include: All About STEM, Angel Solutions, CareersInc, CER, CPMM Media Group, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool Diocesan Schools Trust, LSSP, Satis Education, SupplyWell and Winstanley College. The Educate Awards ceremony can still be view at: https://bit.ly/3atagMa The winners of the Educate Awards 1. The Communication Award Winner: The Academy of St Francis of Assisi 2. Outstanding Commitment to the Environment Winner: St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School 3. Careers & Enterprise Award Winner: Myerscough College 4. SEND Provision Award Winner: The Barlow RC High School 5. Innovative and Creative Literacy Award Winner: Parish Church of England Primary School 6. Outstanding Commitment to STEM Winner: The Mosslands School 7. Outstanding Arts in Primary School Winner: Netherton Moss Primary School 8. Outstanding Arts in Secondary School Winner: North Liverpool Academy 9. Community Partnership Award Winner: The De La Salle Academy 10. Mental Health & Wellbeing Award Winner: The Hollins 11. Outstanding Commitment to Sport in Primary School Winner: Plantation Primary School 12. Outstanding Commitment to Sport in Secondary School Winner: Ridgeway High School 13. Leadership Team of the Year Winner: Archbishop Blanch School 14. School Governor of the Year Winner: Father Harry Wood from Parish Church of England Primary School 15. Teacher of the Year Winner: Suaad Hussain from The Academy of St Francis of Assisi 16. School Support Star of the Year Winner: Helen Greenway from Rainford High 17. Most Inspirational Alternative Provision by a School Winner: Progress Schools – Toxteth 18. Most Inspirational 16-18 Education Provider Winner: Wargrave House School and College 19. Most Inspirational Secondary School Winner: Litherland High School 20. Most Inspirational Primary School Winner: Halewood Church of England Primary School 21. WOW Recognition Award Winner: Ellesmere Port Catholic High School For full results and runners up please visit: http://educateawards.co.uk/educate-awards-winners/

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