Education Awards Announces Shortlist!

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We are delighted to announce the shortlist of potential winners for the Education Awards. The awards aim to celebrate the outstanding contributors to Education and all those who are making a difference to this vital  industry.

A true landmark occasion, these awards will be the first of its kind in the Midlands. Education plays a huge role in everyone’s lives, with those making purposeful strides deserving to be celebrated. Our esteemed Ambassadors for the Awards are Suzanne Virdee and Gary Poulton, with Andy Street and Paul Faulkner set to deliver keynote speeches on the night.

Shortlist

Educational supporter of the year

British Sikh School

Aston University

First Class Legacy

Transforming lives through partnerships

Chris Meah – School of code

Washwood Heath Academy

Midland Metro Alliance

Headteacher  /  Principal  Dean  of the Year

Leigh Perry – DMS Heart of England Music Academy

Lowell Williams

George Vaiger

Outstanding employer engagement initiative

Birmingham City University

Envison UK

Aston Business School – Aston centre for  growth

Teacher / Lecturer of the Year

Colin Hughes – Peterbrook School

Marc Rowe – Peterbrook School

Professor Mark Hart

Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community

Standing ovation – Anthony Daulphin

Senad Group

Corram

Most Innovative Teacher of the Year

Sally Alexander Kimichi School

Ravinder Sahota High Clares School

Juggy  Rihal Masterclass

Entrepreneurial Education Establishment of the Year

Chris Meah School of Code

PJEA Dudley

Aston Business School

Outstanding support for students

Modasar Rasul – Aston University

Juliet C – Seeker Education

Debbie Shaw – Peterbrook  school

Further Education College of the Year

Steven Nash Open study College

Cadbury College

City College Coventry

Outstanding primary school

Hockley Heath Academy

Peterbrook Primary School

Ravensdale Primary School

University of the Year

University of Warwick

Aston University

Universtiy Of Birmingham

Outstanding International School

University of Birmingham

University of Warwick

Lifetime Achievement

George Feiger, Executive Dean – Aston Business school

Professor Mark Hart – Aston Business School

David Prescott – Principal Examiner Cambridge assessment

Most Innovative Contribution to Business – Education  Collaboration

David Chapman – Aston University Engineering Academy

Samantha Fisher – Wonder Why Society

A E – Oscroft and sons ltd

Proactive Educational Provider of an Apprenticeship  Programme

Primary Goal ltd

Pathway Group

Creative alliance

 

See you all on the 7th July 2017 at The Edgbaston cricket ground

 

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