Nominations are now open for the new 2019 Knowsley Education Awards, which will once again recognise the very best schools, pupils, teachers, governors and support staff in the borough.
The Knowsley Education Awards will highlight achievements across the borough’s schools, honouring and rewarding the many examples of excellent practice, as well as showcasing the talent, ambition and dedication of Knowsley’s pupils, teaching staff and schools.
A total of 17 awards will be on offer, with a panel of experts assessing nominations before producing a shortlist ahead of the awards evening on Thursday, June 27, 2019 at Knowsley Hall.
The categories will be as follows:
· Outstanding Achievement (Three awards, one for Primary, Secondary and Special Schools)
· Artist of the Year
· Scientist of the Year
· Sports Person of the Year
· Apprentice of the Year
· Teacher of the Year
· Support Champion of the Year
· Team of the Year
· Educational Leadership Award
· Governing Body of the Year
· Next Generation: Business Partnership of the Year
· Diversity and Inclusion Award
· Curriculum Innovation Award
· Transforming Lives Through Partnership Award
· School of the Year
More detail about the criteria for each category, and how to enter, can be found on the Knowsley Education Awards website at www.KnowsleyEducationAwards.com.
A chance to tell the world about your success!
Cllr Margaret Harvey, Knowsley Council’s Cabinet Member for Children’s Services, said: “We look forward to another fantastic evening celebrating the many inspirational individuals or teams whose efforts are making a really positive difference for pupils in Knowsley.
“I know there are so many examples of outstanding achievement or performance within education in Knowsley and I’d encourage all our schools to take a look at this year’s award categories, put in their nominations and tell the world about the good work they are doing!”
Get your nominations in before 26 April
Nominations can be submitted by anyone – students, parents, teachers, head teachers. You can nominate somebody who has helped or inspired you, or even nominate yourself.
Shortlisted nominees will be invited to the prestigious awards ceremony at Knowsley Hall.
All nominations are to be submitted by Friday 26 April via a nomination form or a video nomination – take a look at www.KnowsleyEducationAwards.com for help and guidance on the nomination process.