Daily Post Schools Awards
A MESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR
Thank you to everyone who has submitted entries so far. We are proud that you. like us. know the world keeps turning and we will emerge from this crisis in due course.
We wanted to assure you that we are still hard at work and we encourage you to keep entering the awards until the deadline for entries on April 3. Judging will still take place as planned with the panel reviewing all of the entries received to decide on the finalists.
As you would expect we are staying abreast of the latest government advice, we plan to go ahead with the awards ceremony but if current advice changes it may be a little later in the year that originally planned. We will of course keep you updated.
In the meantime, good luck with your entry and if you have any questions please contact us.
We look forward very much to seeing you later in the year as we salute the best of the best of our schools
Mon 24 Feb
Deadline for entries
Fri 3 Apr
Tue 5 May
Thu 25 Jun
Deadline for entries:
Friday 3rd April 202
Thursday 25th June 2020
Coleg Cambria, The North Wales Indoor Athletics Centre, Kelsterton Rd, Connah’s Quay, CH5 4BR
Parking is available on site at the College, free of charge
Smart for adults & school uniform for students
Elin Fflur, Singer and TV Presenter
12.00pm – Guest arrival
12.30pm – Welcome messages & lunch is served, followed by awards ceremony
2.30pm – Event concludes (approx)
Upon arrival guests will be served an arrival drink & informed of their table number
The afternoon will commence with a welcome from the Daily Post, followed by lunch and the awards ceremony.
*A photographer will be present throughout and photographs may appear online and in print within the Daily Post following the event. Please make sure that you have consent of all of your party to be photographed.
To be confirmed
EXCELL SUPPLY is delighted to be supporting the Daily Post Schools Awards for the seventh consecutive year.
By sponsoring this event for the last six years we have had the opportunity to learn about some wonderful people and groups within our primary and secondary schools. Both pupils and staff alike have been recognised for their amazing contributions to life in both their individual schools and the wider community.
As a provider of teachers and support staff to over 100 schools across North Wales, we have witnessed firsthand the tireless efforts schools go to ensure children in the region receive the best possible education. The awards provide an invaluable opportunity to show our appreciation to those whose stars have shone brightest this year.
We have a few new additions to the Excell team who are very excited to be involved in the awards for the very first time. We are looking forward to the announcement of the shortlists and the awards ceremony itself where the winners will be announced in June.