Spotlight on education
IF you want to say a public thank you to a member of school staff, or to praise a child’s achievement – now is your chance.
The ET is still accepting nominations for its tenth annual Education Awards.
The awards are an opportunity to shine a spotlight on those who work hard and go the extra mile.
As well as paying tribute to the dedicated staff involved in education across the city and surrounding area, you can nominate pupils who have excelled themselves or exceeded expectations in the arts and design and technology.
We want to hear about anyone, be it teachers, caretakers or cleaners, who deserve some praise. Usually the modest amongst us, they are often those who give the most, yet ask for nothing in return.
The ET’s Education Awards are a real opportunity to celebrate both excellence and effort, and have a huge impact.
The glittering awards ceremony will take place at the Key Theatre, Peterborough on Wednesday, July 14. As well as the prestigious title, the winner of each category will take home £250 for their school.
ET editor Mark Edwards said: “Schools are busy places, and it can be hard to find the time to really praise and encourage those who deserve it most, and that’s where our awards come in. It is fantastic to be able to celebrate the work and accomplishments of all members of a school community.
“What is particularly great about the awards is that every entry is judged on merit, so it doesn’t matter how big or small a school is, they all have the same chance to take home a prize on the night.”
To enter the awards, fill out the form on this page, and send it to Linda Pritchard, Education Awards, Peterborough Evening Telegraph, 57 Priestgate, Peterborough, PE1 1JW, by 5pm on Wednesday, 30 June.
Alternatively, complete our online form, which can be found at www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk/news/education
CELEBRATIONS: The winners of last years awards.