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North West schools shortlisted in Tes School Awards

Today, 20 North West schools have been revealed to have made it to the shortlist for the 2023 Tes Schools Awards

The awards ceremony, which is in its 15th year, recognises teachers and schools from UK state and independents, including early years settings, primary and secondary. 

The panel of awards judges include school leaders, experts and education researchers. 

This year there are 20 award categories including two special awards, honouring the classroom, ‘Resource of the Year’ and a ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’. 

Editor of educational publication Tes and chief judge of the Tes Schools Awards Jon Severs said: “With these awards we honour the education community, whom we have served for over 112 years.  

“This year has seen some incredibly high-quality entries. So, every teacher and school who has been named in this shortlist should be very proud – it’s a fantastic achievement. 

“We are looking forward to showcasing, as we do every year, just how vital our education professionals are to every facet of this country. Teachers, leaders and support staff all play such an important role in schools: this is our chance to say thank you for all that they do.” 

The winners of the Tes Schools Awards will be announced on Friday 23 June at a gala awards night at the Grosvenor Park Hotel in London. 

Shortlisted schools in the North West include: 

  • Oasis Academy MediaCityUK, Greater Manchester (Best Use of Technology) 
  • Chorlton High School, Greater Manchester (Community Engagement Initiative of the Year) 
  • E-ACT Blackley Academy, Manchester (Community Engagement Initiative of the Year) 
  • Waterhead Academy, Greater Manchester (Community Engagement Initiative of the Year) 
  • Lime Tree Primary Academy, Manchester (Pupil Mental Health Initiative of the Year, Staff Wellbeing School of the Year, Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Setting of the Year, Primary School of the Year) 
  • St Elizabeth’s Catholic Primary School, Merseyside (Pupil Mental Health Initiative of the Year)
  • Grange School, Greater Manchester (Staff Wellbeing School of the Year, Specialist Provision School of the Year)
  • Maricourt Catholic High School, Liverpool (Staff Wellbeing School of the Year)
  • Tracey Jones – Cloughwood Academy, Cheshire (Teaching Assistant of the Year)
  • Ann Johal – Forest Preparatory School, Cheshire (Teaching Assistant of the Year)
  • Jenny Savage – Pleckgate High School, Lancashire Jenny Savage (Subject Lead of the Year [Secondary])
  • Simon Corner – Wade Deacon High School, Cheshire Headteacher of the Year (State) 
  • Eastway Primary School, Merseyside (Inclusive School of the Year) 
  • Formby High School, Merseyside (Inclusive School of the Year) 
  • LIFE Wirral School, Wirral (Inclusive School of the Year) 
  • Whitefield Primary School, Merseyside (Inclusive School of the Year) 
  • Rowan Tree Primary Special School, Lancashire (Specialist Provision School of the Year) 
  • St Peter’s CE Primary, Lancashire (Primary School of the Year) 
  • Burnage Academy for Boys, Greater Manchester (Secondary School of the Year) 
  • Wade Deacon High School, Cheshire (Secondary School of the Year) 

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