Another fabulous awards night at Educate North!
Last night saw the fantastic Educate North awards presented in association with The Telegraph at a fun-filled ceremony at the Manchester Hilton on Deansgate!
To see the photos from the 2016 awards ceremony, please click here.
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Following a successful launch in 2015, the awards focus on a growing sector which, some see, as critical to the economic and cultural health and future of not only the Northern economy but the UK generally.
It was a hugely exciting and rewarding night, and experts from across the north came together to celebrate, recognise and share best practice and excellence in the education sector in the North.
The event gave a platform to industry experts to enable an examination of the threats and risks facing the sector, resulting in an open a debate on the future of the sector and its value and place in our society. Not forgetting the awards which were a wonderful lifting up of the Further and Higher Education institutions throughout the North across 19 categories. The event was made possible with the partnership of Prolific North and Don’t Panic Event Management.
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A guide to a successful entry by David Edmundson-Bird
Are you considering entering into one of our award schemes but aren't sure what it takes to complete a winning entry? David Edmundson-Bird, a renowned judge of multiple awards, has put together his top tips on what the panel looks for during the judging process.