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St Helens schools shortlisted in this year’s Educate Awards

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Five schools in St Helens have been named in the Educate Awards 2020 shortlist.

  • Parish Church Primary School has been shortlisted for the Innovative and Creative Literacy Award and in the Leadership Team of the Year category. Teacher Mark Hardy has been shortlisted for the Teacher of the Year Award and Father Harry has been shortlisted for School Governor of the Year Award
  • Queen’s Park Primary School has been shortlisted for the Most Inspirational Alternative Provision by a School Award
  • Rainford High has been shortlisted for the Innovative and Creative Literacy Award and senior learning assistant, Helen Greenway has been shortlisted for the School Support Star of the Year Award
  • Rainhill High School has been shortlisted for the Outstanding Commitment to Sport in Secondary School category
  • St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School has been shortlisted for The Communication Award and in the Outstanding Commitment to the Environment category

The awards, in partnership with Copyrite Systems and Ricoh, is in its ninth year and is the largest education awards in the North West.

Due to pandemic, the ceremony has been postponed until further notice but the team behind the event are keen to continue and raise spirts within in the education sector. Despite the difficult times, a record amount of schools and colleges from around the region entered one or more of the 21 categories.

From inspiring teachers, dedicated support staff to innovative projects across the curriculum, the awards recognises the work of schools and colleges which are delivering outstanding education and helping students achieve their full potential, even during these unprecedented times.

Since launching in Liverpool in 2012, the awards has grown rapidly, recognising schools and colleges right across the Liverpool City Region, Cheshire, Lancashire and Greater Manchester.

Kim O’Brien, founder of the Educate Awards, said: “A huge well done to the St Helens schools shortlisted for the Educate Awards 2020!

“It has been a really tough year for everyone and so we felt it was more important than ever to shine a spotlight on the heroes of the education sector and all the hard work that goes on in schools and colleges around the North West.

Kim added: “The calibre of entries we received were incredibly strong – our judges will really have their work cut out when deciding on the winners!”

Associate sponsors of the awards include: All About STEM, Angel Solutions, CareersInc, CER, CPMM Media Group, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool Diocesan Schools Trust, LSSP, Satis Education, SupplyWell and Winstanley College.

The full Educate Awards shortlist:

The Communication Award                                

Abbot’s Lea School in Liverpool

Buile Hill Academy in Salford

Chorlton High School in Manchester

Litherland High School in Sefton

St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School in St Helens

The Academy of St Francis of Assisi in Liverpool

 

Outstanding Commitment to the Environment

Birchwood Community High School in Warrington

Heswall Primary School in Wirral

St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School in St Helens

St Vincent’s School in Liverpool

Careers & Enterprise Award                             

Ellesmere Port Catholic High School

Myerscough College in Preston

Progress Schools – Hamilton Square in Wirral

St John Rigby College in Wigan

St Oswald’s CE Primary School in Sefton

 

SEND Provision Award                                 

Bickerstaffe CE School in Lancashire

Finch Woods Academy in Knowsley

Netherton Moss Primary School in Sefton

St Peter’s C of E Primary School in Bolton

The Barlow RC High School in Manchester

Wargrave House School and College in Newton-le-Willows

 

Innovative and Creative Literacy Award         

Fairfield Primary School in Widnes

Parish Church of England Primary School in St Helens

Rainford High in St Helens

 

Outstanding Commitment to STEM               

Bedford Drive Primary School in Wirral

Cardinal Langley RC High School in Middleton

The Mosslands School in Wirral

 

Outstanding Arts in Primary School           

Netherton Moss Primary School in Sefton

Riverside Primary School in Wirral

St Oswald’s CE Primary School in Sefton

Outstanding Arts in Secondary School           

Bedford High School in Leigh

Formby High School in Sefton

Fred Longworth High School in Manchester

North Liverpool Academy in Liverpool

The Belvedere Academy in Liverpool

 

Community Partnership Award         

Gateacre School in Liverpool

Progress Schools in Wirral

The De La Salle Academy in Liverpool

Wargrave House School and College in Newton-le-Willows

 

Mental Health & Wellbeing Award         

The Belvedere Academy in Liverpool

Evelyn Community Primary School in Knowsley

Fairfield Primary School in Widnes

Our Lady of Walsingham Catholic Primary School in Sefton

The Hollins in Lancashire

 

Outstanding Commitment to Sport in Primary School

Billinge St Aidan’s CE Primary School in Wigan

Plantation Primary School in Knowsley

St Elizabeth’s Catholic Primary School in Sefton

The Belvedere Preparatory School in Liverpool

 

Outstanding Commitment to Sport in Secondary School

Hope Academy in Newton-le-Willows

Rainhill High School in Knowsley

Ridgeway High School in Wirral

 

Leadership Team of the Year                        

Archbishop Blanch School in Liverpool

Parish Church of England Primary School in St Helens

Penketh High School in Warrington

St John Fisher Catholic Primary School in Knowsley

 

School Governor of the Year           

Father Harry Parish Church of England Primary School in St Helens

Kayte Parlevliet from Queen’s Park High School in Chester

 

Teacher of the Year                                           

Sharon Kormachu from Burscough Lordsgate Primary School in Lancashire

Mark Hardy from Parish Church of England Primary School in St Helens

Laura Harding from Penketh High School in Warrington

Mary Lyons from Riverside Primary School in Wirral

Rachael Chadwick from St Benedict’s Catholic Primary School in Sefton

Suaad Hussain from The Academy of St Francis of Assisi in Liverpool

Catherine Lutman from The Barlow RC High School in Manchester

 

School Support Star of the Year     

Julie Kelly from Bickerstaffe CE School in Lancashire

Helen Greenway from Rainford High in St Helens

Faye Lavelle from St Oswald’s CE Primary School in Sefton

Lindsey Onslow from The Barlow RC High School in Manchester

Nicola Fisher from The Barlow RC High School in Manchester

 

Most Inspirational Alternative Provision by a School

Leasowe Primary School in Wirral

Progress Schools – Toxteth in Liverpool

Queen’s Park Primary School in St Helens

Three Towers Alternative Provision Academy in Wigan

Wirral WRAP

 

Most Inspirational 16-18 Education Provider

Myerscough College in Preston

The Manchester College in Manchester

Wargrave House School and College in Newton-le-Willows

 

Most Inspirational Secondary School            

Archbishop Blanch School in Liverpool

Litherland High School in Sefton

Stockport Academy

The Barlow RC High School in Manchester

 

Most Inspirational Primary School     

Halewood Church of England Primary School in Knowsley

Leasowe Primary School in Wirral

St Peter’s C of E Primary School in Bolton

 

WOW Recognition Award      

Ellesmere Port Catholic High School

St John Rigby College in Wigan

The Barlow RC High School in Manchester

The Hollins in Lancashire

The Manchester College

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