Scottish Education Awards - Days left to nominate

There are just days left to nominate for this year’s Scottish Education Awards and nominations are coming in thick and fast from all over Scotland.

Mike Russell at launch of SEA 2010.

There are countless examples of schools and pre-schools who are inspiring children and young people across the country, from great teachers to innovative and engaging lessons.  Why not nominate them for an Award and they could receive a trophy, a certificate and a £1000 cheque for their school!

With 15 categories to choose from, there are plenty of opportunities to ensure that achievement and success is recognised right across the board. 

The awards celebrate achievements in areas like Entrepreneurial learning, Health and Wellbeing, Learning Through Technology, Getting Scotland Active, Sustainable Schools, and Citizenship.  There is also the Aiming High Award which recognises schools who are helping children and young people who need extra support to access education, overcoming any barriers which might be in their way.  Do you know a school or pre-school who are ahead of the game? 

The Awards also recognise the teachers and staff in schools and nurseries who make learning special.  Do you know a teacher or member of staff who stands out from the rest? 

This is a great way of making sure those organisations and individuals who have such a positive influence on the lives of children and young people are recognised nationally.  Everyone nominated will receive a certificate of congratulations and it’s really easy to nominate.

Remember, nominations close on Friday 5 March, so visit the website and nominate now! 

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