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Deadline looms to nominate Glasgow education stars

Published: Tuesday 2 February 2016

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Last chance to submit nominations for Scottish Education Awards 2016

People in Glasgow are being urged to submit nominations for this year's Scottish Education Awards before the Monday 15 February deadline.

The awards, which celebrate the achievements of schools and teachers across Scotland, have attracted hundreds of nominations so far, but many more schools and individuals are worthy of acknowledgment.

Last year, Croftcroighn School took home the Learning for Sustainability Award and Anne Hutchison from Carmyle Primary School scooped the prestigious Teacher of the Year award at the Scottish Education Awards 2015.   

Bailie Liz Cameron, Executive Member for Children, Young People & Lifelong Learning said: "We know that Glasgow has some of the best teachers, schools and initiatives that would be worthy recipients of a Scottish Education Award. 

"I would urge everyone to have a think about who they would like to see recognised for their outstanding contribution to education and our young people."

There is a wide variety of award categories which recognise and reward the dedication of teaching staff and educational supporters who go the extra mile.  Entry is open to all publicly funded schools including secondary, primary, nursery and special schools. 

Nominations can only be accepted online.  To nominate a school, teacher, headteacher or support staff member, or for more information on the award categories, go  here

Winners will be revealed at an awards ceremony in Glasgow this June. 

Published: Tuesday 2 February 2016

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