Region’s schools shortlisted at national TES Awards

Regions schools shortlisted at national TES Awards. Seven of the region’s schools have been shortlisted for the prestigious TES Schools Awards.

Now in its ninth year, the TES Schools Awards celebrate the extraordinary commitment, quality and innovation shown by teachers and support staff across the UK.

Everton Nursery School and Family Centre in Liverpool are hoping to scoop the ‘Early Years setting of the Year’ award for a second time, retaining the accolade they won in 2016.

Many past winners of the Educate Awards are also shortlisted for the black tie event, including Clare Mount Specialist Sports College, St John Bosco Arts College, Alsop High School and Gateacre School.
Clare Mount Specialist Sports College in Wirral is in the running for ‘Alternative-provision school of the year’ alongside West Kirby Residential School, also in Wirral.

Meanwhile, St John Bosco Arts College is shortlisted in the ‘English teacher or team of the year’ category for its talented English department.

Both Gateacre School and Alsop High School are in contention for the ‘Community impact’ award, both schools picked up awards at the Educate Awards 2016.

Lastly, West Kirby Grammar School in Wirral is in the running for the ‘Inspirational’ award.

Reacting to the shortlist announcement, Mr Joe Mangan, headteacher at Alsop High said: “As the school approaches its centenary in 2019 our core aim is to impact upon the wider community and contribute to the regeneration of North Liverpool. I believe it is this aim which has enabled Alsop to be shortlisted for this prestigious TES award.”

The winners of the TES Schools Awards will be revealed at a gala awards evening at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Park Lane, London on Friday 23 June 2017.

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