Giving literacy a winning boost
Judges have gathered for the spring relaunch of the Kent Literacy Awards.
The awards celebrate the most exciting themes and projects used by schools to help pupils build key communication skills that will set them up for life. Representatives from children’s literacy charity Beanstalk, Golding Vision (part of Golding Homes), McCabe Ford Williams, and KM Facilities Management Group joined organisers the KM Charity Team at the venue to make a final call for entries.
Leigh Jones of Ashford-based McCabe Ford Williams said: “A key part of our business is working with schools and academies and it’s nice to be able to give something back. As a profession people usually believe we’re more to do with numbers than letters, but a key part of our business is communication with clients and obviously that can only be achieved through good communication skills.”
Nominations for the 18 categories can be submitted by any member of school staff, pupils or parents.
Visit kentliteracyawards. co.uk to nominate before May 1.
The Kent Literacy Awards judges look forward to the new season