School is up for a top award

Middleton Guardian - - FRONT PAGE -

A MID­DLE­TON sixth form has been short­listed for a pres­ti­gious ti­tle at the an­nual Ed­u­cate Awards.

Car­di­nal Lan­g­ley RC Sixth Form is up for Most In­spi­ra­tional 16-18 Ed­u­ca­tion Provider at the largest ed­u­ca­tion awards in the north west, which are now in their sev­enth year.

The school is up against three other col­leges and sixth forms in the awards which recog­nise ed­u­ca­tional es­tab­lish­ments de­liv­er­ing out­stand­ing teach­ing, help­ing stu­dents to achieve their full po­ten­tial.

The judg­ing panel has se­lected fi­nal­ists in a to­tal of 21 cat­e­gories and the win­ners will be an­nounced on Fri­day, No­vem­ber 16, at Liver­pool Cathe­dral.

Kim O’Brien, founder of the Ed­u­cate Awards, said: “We are de­lighted to fi­nally re­veal the short­list ahead of the awards cer­e­mony in No­vem­ber. This year’s short­list in­cludes schools and col­leges from all across the re­gion.

“The awards recog­nise the arts, ca­reers, sport, lit­er­acy, STEM and so much more – we be­lieve it’s so im­por­tant to cel­e­brate all as­pects of school life and cham­pion the teach­ers and school sup­port stars who bring learn­ing to life. Con­grat­u­la­tions and good luck to Car­di­nal Lan­g­ley.”

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