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Echo Schools Awards
I am pleased to announce that the Echo Schools Awards will be back for the 7th year in 2020!
Nominations into the awards can be submitted from March 2020 when the event launches again.
Whether you are a teacher, a pupil or a parent, this exciting event is your chance to salute your school as we aim to find and celebrate the very best.
We will be naming the overall ECHO School of the Year for 2020 – for a primary and secondary school that our judges’ think has had the most outstanding academic year. And we are on the look out for success stories across a range of categories as detailed below.
Does it sound like we could be talking about someone in your school…or does it sound like your class? Make sure you enter next year to see if your school really is top of the form.
Nominations into the 2020 ECHO Schools Awards will be open from March 2020.
Special Recognition in memory of
Miriam McQueen Formby High School
School Communication Award
South Wirral High School
Winner: South Wirral High School
School Support Staff of the Year
Jacqui Hale St Hilda’s C of E High School
Jayne Connolly South Wirral High School
Ann Mckenna & Kelly Moran Blessed Sacrament Catholic Primary School
Winner: Jacqui Hale St Hilda’s C of E High School
Class / Team of the Year sponsored by School Improvement Liverpool
St. Hilda’s Mini Maths Leaders St. Hilda’s Church of England High School
Y10 Girls STEM team Gateacre School
Calderstones School Council Calderstones School
Winner: Y10 Girls STEM team Gateacre School
Student Teacher of the Year sponsored by Liverpool John Moores University
Amy Bell Springwood Heath Primary School
Joanne McKechnie Maghull High School
Alex Webb Childwall Sports & Science Academy
Winner: Alex Webb Childwall Sports & Science Academy
Healthy Living Award sponsored by Merseyrail
Healthy Schools Team Blessed Sacrament Catholic Primary School
Winner: Healthy Schools Team Blessed Sacrament Catholic Primary School
Inspirational Teacher of the Year sponsored by Jaguar Land Rover
Natalie Walsh Alsop High School
Andrew Tranter Knowsley Central School
Jackie Iddon Deyes High School
Winner: Jackie Iddon Deyes High School
School in the Community Award sponsored by Merseyrail
Gateacre World Challenge Phosela Project Gateacre School
Gwladys Street School
Winner: Gateacre World Challenge Phosela Project Gateacre School
Head Teacher of the Year sponsored by Excell Supply Ltd
Tracey Greenough The Academy of St Francis of Assisi
Ian Hunt Springwood Heath Primary School
Winner: Tracey Greenough The Academy of St Francis of Assisi
Primary School of the Year sponsored by Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority
Faith Primary School
Our Lady of Good Help Catholic Primary School
Springwood Heath Primary School
Winner: Faith Primary School
Secondary School of the Year sponsored by Excell Supply Ltd
Sandfield Park School
The Academy of St Francis of Assisi
Winner: Gateacre School
EXCELL SUPPLY is delighted to be supporting the Echo Schools Awards for the sixth 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 schools across Merseyside, 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.
The award categories are...