The Lancashire Post Education Awards - in pictures

Step forward Ribby with Wrea CE Primary School, the big winners in this year’s Lancashire Post Education Awards.

Friday, 21st June 2019, 10:33 am
Updated Friday, 21st June 2019, 11:33 am
Education awards
Education awards

Congratulations to them, and to all the winners and runners up of these fabulous awards. Here's our pictures of the ceremony:

Ribby with Wrea CE win Primary School of the Year
Anna Bretherton, Ruby Rawcliffe, Leila Allum and James Dunsby from Ribby with Wrea CE Primary win Primary School Pupil of the Year

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Preston Education Awards
Preston Education Awards
Preston Education Awards
Preston Education Awards
Ribby With Wrea CE Primary at the Preston Education Awards
Preston Education Awards
Preston Education Awards
Winners at the Preston Education Awards
Winners at the Preston Education Awards
Penwortham Priory, Moor Park High School and Sixth Form and [email protected] are Highly Commended in Secondary School of the Year at the Preston Education Awards
Christ the King Catholic High School wins Secondary School of the Year at the Preston Education Awards
Poolhouse Community, Ingol Community, English Martyrs, St Pius X, Eldon and Euxton Primrose Hill are Highly Commended at the Preston Education Awards
Janet Dockray, Paula Budd, Pat Noonan, Mr & Mrs Snape, Sandra Watson and Karen Hudson are Highly Commended in the Unsung Hero Award at the Preston Education Awards
Lostock Hall Academy are Highly Commended in the School Trips Award at the Preston Education Awards
Anne McDonald from English Martyrs and Christine Billington from St Gregory's win the Unsung Hero Award at the Preston Education Awards
Preston Education Awards
Moor Park High School and Sixth Form win the School Trips Award at the Preston Education Awards
Carys Allwright, Kian Welsh, Chloe Hodson and PR5 Lostock Hall Academy are Highly Commended in the Performing Arts Award at the Preston Education Awards
Margaret Barratt, Ribby with Wrea CE, Charlotte Lowe and [email protected] are Highly Commended in the Health and Wellbeing Award at the Preston Education Awards
Megan Wilson from Lostock Hall Academy wins the Performing Arts Award at the Preston Education Awards
St Pius X Catholic Preparatory win the Health and Wellbeing Award at the Preston Education Awards
Preston Education Awards
Preston Education Awards
Colin Chan, Cian Gregson, Tom Makepeace and Saffron Willcock are Highly Commended in the Young Scientist/Engineer Award at the Preston Education Awards
Queens Drive Primary, Tri Golf Team at St Andrew's, Whitefield Primary Football Team, Grace Davidson, Summer Dove and Jazmin Attwood and Jessica Eastwood are Highly Commended
Sarah Abouzeid from Penwortham Girls High School wins the Young Scientist/Engineer Award at the Preston Education Awards
Preston Education Awards
Megan Bradley from [email protected] wins the Sports Achievement Award at the Preston Education Awards
Joel Hodgson and At Annes Catholic Primary are Highly Commended in the Sustainable School Award at the Preston Education Awards
Aurelia Gardner, Amanda Dalton, Clare Brook, Adam Graham and Charlotte Naylor are Highly Commended in the Inspirational Teacher of the Year at the Preston Education Awards
Ribby with Wrea CE Primary wins the Sustainable School Award at the Preston Education Awards
Joanna Lough from Our Lady & St Edward's Catholic Primary wins Inspirational Teacher of the Year at the Preston Education Awards
Inspirational Teacher of the Year at the Preston Education Awards
Charlie Reynolds, Oliver Reid and Hope Faraday are Highly Commended in the Secondary School Pupil of the Year at the Preston Education Awards
Martha Fernandes from [email protected] wins Secondary School Pupil of the Year at the Preston Education Awards
Ben Bradley, Cody Love, Thomas Sibley and Dexter Ormerod are Highly Commended in Primary School Pupil of the Year at the Preston Education Awards
Preston Education Awards
Ribby With Wrea CE Primary at the Preston Education Awards