King Power Stadium
Filbert Way, Leicester, LE2 7FL.
LeicestershireLive Education Awards 2019
The LeicestershireLive Education Awards 2020 headline sponsored by the University of Leicester, will once again celebrate the achievements of students and teachers across Leicestershire. The awards will cover categories such as Science and Engineering, Inspirational Teacher of the Year, Sporting Excellence plus many more.
After the nomination closing date, three finalists will be shortlisted within each category by the judging panel. The winners will then be announced at the awards, which takes place on Wednesday, November 25 at the King Power Stadium.
Once the awards have launched, to nominate please click ENTER NOW or to purchase a table or individual tickets for the event please click on BUY TICKETS.
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University of Leicester
About the University of Leicester
The University of Leicester is led by discovery and innovation – an international centre for excellence renowned for research, teaching and widening participation in higher education. It is ranked as a top 25 UK university by the Times Higher World University Rankings, and is also among the top 25 universities in the Times Higher Education REF Research Power rankings with 75% of research adjudged to be internationally excellent with wide-ranging impacts on society, health, culture, and the environment. We have more than 18,000 students from 170 countries.
The University of Leicester is the only University in the world to be established through community fundraising as a living memorial in the wake of the First World War. This is reflected in the University's motto Ut vitam habeant – 'so that they may have life'. Fundraising began on Armistice Day 1918 and the University was founded as Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland University College in 1921.
Education that Changes Lives
The University of Leicester has a long and distinguished record of discovery, with research that impacts on all of our lives. We are world renowned for the discovery of DNA genetic fingerprinting by Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys and our archaeologists and scientists discovered and identified King Richard III. Every single year since 1967 has seen a Leicester-built instrument operating in space. The University is a partner in Space Park Leicester – a new hub for the analysis and commercialisation of space-enabled data and space mission development.
Science and Maths
Apprentice of the Year
Beating the Odds
Inspirational Teacher of the Year
Newly Qualified Teacher of the Year
Support Staff of the Year
Student of the Year
Head Teacher of the Year
School of the Year
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