Categories & Criteria

Outstanding Achievement:

Recognises a pupil who wholly values their education experience and grasps every opportunity to excel.
(Awarded at primary, secondary and special school level separately)

Climate Change Champions Award:

Recognises environmental individuals or teams and the projects or schemes they are involved in. The winning school will be helping “Knowsley act on climate”

School Citizen of the Year:

Recognises individuals doing extraordinary things in the local community

STEM Project of the Year:

Recognises schools that have developed a STEM based project during the academic year

Teacher of the Year:

Recognises a teacher who is bringing learning to life by engaging and inspiring children and young people to fulfil their potential.

Support Champion of the Year:

Recognises an individual within the school setting for their outstanding contribution in supporting pupils, students, teachers and the life of the school.

Team of the Year:

Recognises how a group of individuals can work collaboratively to bring about substantial impact.

School Governor of the Year:

Recognises a dedicated governor of a primary, secondary or specialist school who has a balance and diversity of knowledge, skills and experience, and goes above and beyond their voluntary role as a governor

Diversity & Inclusion Award:

Recognises outstanding work within a school or organisation that promotes inclusion and supports diversity.

Enterprise & Careers Award:

Recognises schools that are preparing young people for their future careers

School of the Year (Primary):

Recognises a mainstream or special primary school that can show how they are an inspirational school for this academic year.

School of the Year (Secondary):

Recognises a mainstream or special secondary school that can show how they are an inspirational school for this academic year.

 

Please refer to the criteria of these awards when submitting a nomination.