EDUCATION AWARDS: Time is running out to get your nomination in

Lancashire Evening Post Education Awards 2014 Presentation Evening at the Charter Theatre in Preston Winner Inspirational teaching award sponsored by Westinghouse Springfields Scott Martland St Andrews CofE Primary School
Lancashire Evening Post Education Awards 2014 Presentation Evening at the Charter Theatre in Preston Winner Inspirational teaching award sponsored by Westinghouse Springfields Scott Martland St Andrews CofE Primary School
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Time is running out to get nominations in for the 2015 LEP Education Awards.

Besides the academic successes, there is so much going on in the education sector on a daily basis. With 13 different categories, these awards sponsored by Preston’s College and BAE Systems, are the perfect way to celebrate all that is good in our schools.

Be this the Most Inspirational teacher - sponsored by Westinghouse- which recognises teachers who make a significant contribution to the success of their pupils and are an inspiration to children.

Last year this accolade went to Scott Marland from St Andrew’s CE Primary School in Ashton in recognition of the amazing work he did for the school and community in and outside of school.

Or, the Unsung Hero Award. Sponsored by Preston North End, this award will focus on publicly acknowledging those who make a major contribution to the school community behinds the scenes and have a positive impact on everyday life. PNE, though it’s community wing the Sir Tom Finney Foundation, works closely with schools across the city and beyond.

Check out the full category list go to http://www.lep.co.uk/events-promotions.