St Helens schools among winners in Educate Awards

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Four St. Helens Schools were honored at the Education Awards held Friday night.

Hope Academy, in Newton-Les Willows, won outstanding commitment to sport and physical activity in high school.

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Meanwhile, Parish Church of England Primary School in St Helens received the Innovative and Creative Literacy Award.

Also among the town’s winners was Rainford High, who had two gongs as he received the Careers & Enterprise Award and the SEND Provision Award.

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Finally, Wargrave House School and College, in Newton-le-Willows, won the Community Partnership Award.

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Meanwhile, Rainford High also came in second in the Most Inspiring High School category and the Mental Health and Wellbeing Award.

Wargrave House School and College was named second in the Most Inspiring 16-18 Education Provider and Teaching Aid category, and Tara Thomas was named second in the School Support Star of the Year category.

The Educate Awards Ceremony, in partnership with Copyrite Systems and Ricoh, was held at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral.

Four of the town’s schools won education awards

This year was particularly special as the event celebrated its 10th anniversary and over 550 guests brought sparkle and glamor to the proceedings in tuxedos and sparkling dresses.

The night included live entertainment, a sumptuous three-course dinner and the award ceremony itself. Host Simon ‘Rossie’ Ross hosted the evening, even hosting the night of a lucky guest after winning a pair of diamond earrings in the prize draw.

The Educate Awards have 21 categories that focus on different aspects of school life, including careers and projects, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) topics, and SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities), as well as sports, arts, and mental health. Health and wellness.

Inspirational individuals are also recognized with the Teacher of the Year Award, School Support Star of the Year Award and School Governor Award.

Kim O’Brien, Founder of Education Awards said: “Congratulations to all the winning schools and colleges, you should be very proud of what you have achieved.

“It was a good performance for the runners-up, those shortlisted and everyone who took the time to enter this year. The past two years have not been easy and your efforts have not gone unnoticed.

Kim added, “For the past 10 years, the Education Awards have proudly highlighted individuals and teams who have gone above and beyond. The senior leadership teams, teachers, and staff have truly gone the extra mile for their pupils, colleagues, and the broader community, and we cannot thank you enough for all of your hard work and dedication.”

Co-sponsors for the 2021 Educate Awards include: All About STEM, Angel Solutions, CER, CPMM Media Group, Hidden Strength, LCR Careers Hub, Liverpool John Moores University, LSSP, Progress Careers, SupplyWell and Winstanley College.

Runners-up and Winners of the Educate Awards

Communication Award

Description: Gateacre . School

Winner: Maricourt Catholic High School

Outstanding commitment to the environment

Runner-up: Stockport Academy

Winner: St. Vincent’s School

Jobs and Projects Award

Runner-up: Archbishop Blanche England High School

Winner: Rainford High

Submit Submission Award

Runner-up: Cardinal Langley RC High School

Winner: Rainford High

Innovative and Creative Literacy Award

Runner-up: Birkenhead Park School

Winner: The Church of England Diocese Primary School

Outstanding commitment to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

Runners-up: Eldon Elementary School

Winner: Sandbach High School

Distinguished Arts in Elementary School

Runners-up: St. Peter CE Primary School

Winner: Netherton Moss Primary School

High School Distinguished Arts

Description: Formby High School

Winner: Hollins

Community Partnership Award

Description: Hollins

Winner: Wargrave House School and College

Mental Health and Wellness Award

Description: Rainford High

Winner: St Pedi Catholic High School

Outstanding commitment to sport and physical activity in elementary school

Runners-up: St. Elizabeth Catholic Primary School

Winner: Belvedere Middle School

Outstanding commitment to sport and physical activity in high school

Runner-up: Ridgway High School

Winner: Hope Academy

Leadership Team of the Year

Runners-up: Academy @ Worden

Winner: St. James Catholic High School

School Principal of the Year

Runners-up: Kathy Redford, Barlow RC High School

Winner: Hilary Lyall of Netherton Moss Elementary School

general teacher

Runners-up: Jane Longson, St Pede Catholic High School

Winner: Chris Sterling, Stockport Academy

This year’s School Support Star

Runners-up: Tara Thomas of Wargrave House School and College

Winner: Damon Murphy from Plantation Elementary

Providing the most inspirational alternative by the school

Runners-up: Manchester Academy

Winner: Three Towers APA

The most inspiring education provider for 16-18 year olds

Runners-up: Wargrave House School and College

Winner: Maerskoff College

The most inspiring high school

Description: Rainford High

Winner: Archbishop Blanche, England High School

The most inspiring elementary school

Runners-up: Christ the King Catholic Primary School

Winner: Riverside Elementary School

WOW . Appreciation Award

Description: Hollins

Winner: Academy of Saint Francis of Assisi

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