Celebrating success and innovation

The educational charity Inspire Schools stages multiple awards events to both celebrate the excellent work delivered in schools, but also to share best practice. Events include heats of the Teacher of the Year Awards staged in Kent, Sussex and London as well as the Green School Awards and Kent Literacy Awards.

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Teacher awards deadline extended

  The deadline for the London Teacher of the Year Awards has been extended, giving people an extra week to nominate educators going that extra mile to transform children’s life outcomes. Anyone can submit nominations, and the deadline for doing so is now 11.59pm on Sunday, March...
Posted On 18 Feb 2020

Hotel rolling out red carpet for teachers

  Guests and hosts are guaranteed a fantastic, fun-filled night at the ceremony for this year’s Sussex Teacher of the Year Awards. That’s the message of the venue where the ceremony is taking place. The awards will be presented at the Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront in June, with...
Posted On 17 Feb 2020

Teacher awards a labour of love for judges

  Three Ashford businesses have expressed their excitement at being involved in the judging process for the 2020 Kent Teacher of the Year Awards. And with the March 1 deadline for submitting nominations fast approaching, they urged people to send in details of standout...
Posted On 17 Feb 2020

Green School Awards 2020

Eco-friendly schools in Kent and Medway were celebrating big wins at the Green School Awards on Thursday (February 13). The event, now in its fifth year, is a KM Charity Team initiative to honour schools giving youngsters the knowledge and motivation to help protect the planet....

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Teachers’ glittering galas swapped for virtual celebrations

The latest casualty in the fallout from COVID-19 is a trio of awards paying tribute to unsung heroes in south east schools and colleges. Teacher of the Year Awards events for London, Kent and Sussex originally due to take place in sumptuous surroundings in May and June will now...

Lockdown tipping scales towards child obesity

A Kent children’s charity fears lockdown could fuel the childhood obesity crisis. The KM Charity Team says current events are driving a sedentary lifestyle in the county’s youth – presenting a risk to their health and wellbeing. The charity works with schools to promote active...

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Walking Bus benefits whole community

  A Snodland primary is the latest school to catch the green-travel bug. With the help of the KM Charity Team, Valley Invicta Primary School at Holborough Lakes has officially launched a Walking Bus to make it easier for families to take a more eco-friendly approach to school...
Posted On 09 Jul 2019