Multi-award winning tech consultancy Hi-Impact has joined the Educate Awards 2017 as category sponsors.
The Wirral based company, which provides tech support, media, training and internet for schools and businesses will sponsor the Innovation in Education Award.
The awards is the biggest celebration of education in the North West and will return for its sixth year on 17 November at Liverpool Cathedral.
With over 10 years’ experience and multiple business awards for creativity and innovation, Hi-Impact is the perfect fit the Innovation in Education Award, which looks to award a school which is transforming new ways to learn.
Hi-impact specialise in curriculum focused computing workshops, projects and technical support to schools.
Kim O’Brien, executive editor of Educate Magazine and founder of the Educate Awards, says: “Hi-Impact are experts in the use of innovative technologies, so we are delighted to have them join the Educate Awards as our Innovation in Education sponsor.
“Encouraging innovation and creativity in schools is so important and year after year we’ve been amazed by the inventive, pioneering entries in this category. We can’t wait to see which school will win the Hi-Impact Innovation in Education Award for 2017.”
It was announced earlier this year that the 2017 ceremony will once again be held in partnership with Copyrite Systems and Ricoh as title sponsors.
Other category sponsors include Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU); The Foundry Agency; Wray Brothers; Paul Crowley & Co; The Bishop of Liverpool, The Rt. Revd. Paul Bayes; The Liverpool Learning Partnership (LLP); All About STEM; LSSP; School Improvement Liverpool Ltd; Capita Education and Progress Schools.
Entries are now open until Sunday 25 June 2017.
How to enter the Educate Awards 2017
Head to educateawards.co.uk to see entry requirements, FAQs and all the categories.