Top of the form as schools, pupils and teachers join in celebrations

Schools across Central Lancashire have been celebrating after a host of accolades were handed out at the annual Lancashire Evening Post Education Awards.

Thursday, 30th June 2016, 2:14 pm
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 6:20 pm
Sustainable School of the year winners Pilling St John's C of E Primary with Nicola Bevitt from Sainsbury's at the Lancashire Evening Post Education Awards

These awards celebrated the successes and achievements taking place in primary and secondary schools across the area.

Sponsored by Preston’s College and BAE Systems, the aim of the awards is to showcase and celebrate the best students, teachers and schools - and that they did by the bucketful.

Judges had the arduous task of sifting through the submissions and deliberating on the final shortlist.

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Primary School Pupil of the year Sofia Crockatt with Lisa Pearson and Jamie Truelove from Blackpool Tower at the Lancashire Evening Post Education Awards

Winners in each of the 12 categories were announced at a packed ceremony at Preston’s Guild Hall, with entertainment provided by talented students from Preston’s College.

Lancashire Evening Post deputy editor Nicola Adam was on hand to help present and said: “What a fantastic night and what an inspirational bunch of people .

“This was definitely the loudest Education Awards so far, the atmosphere was electric and it was amazing to hear about all of the fantastic work going on in our schools.

“All those winners and runners up should be very proud, you are the best of the best.

Career Aspirational Award Winners [email protected] with Mick Noblett, Assistant Principal of Excellence and Learning at the Lancashire Evening Post Education Awards

“Thanks to the students from our main sponsors Preston’s College who performed.

“They were fantastic and really set the tone for the evening as well as showing others what young people are capable of.

“I am already looking forward to next year.”

Primary School Pupil of the year Sofia Crockatt with Lisa Pearson and Jamie Truelove from Blackpool Tower at the Lancashire Evening Post Education Awards
Career Aspirational Award Winners [email protected] with Mick Noblett, Assistant Principal of Excellence and Learning at the Lancashire Evening Post Education Awards