Educate Awards: Outstanding Commitment to STEM Award – Shortlist Revealed!
October 11th 2022

Educate Awards: Outstanding Commitment to STEM Award – Shortlist Revealed!

All About STEM are proud to be the returning sponsor of the Outstanding Commitment to STEM Award at the 2022 Educate Awards. The shortlisted entrants have just been announced! Who will take our amazing accolade home? 

The Educate Awards is an annual awards ceremony celebrating education within the Liverpool City Region, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Cheshire. Now in its eleventh year, the awards have grown due to the volume of entries and increased demand from schools to take part.

The Outstanding Commitment to STEM Award honours schools, academies and colleges which have a range of exceptional STEM activities or have developed successful STEM projects that promote the importance of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

There are three STEMsational shortlisted schools:

  • Eldon Primary School
  • Great Crosby Catholic Primary School
  • Maghull High School

Congratulations & good luck from All About STEM & Educate Awards. We can’t wait to celebrate with you all at the ceremony!

Educate Awards

The Educate Awards offers 21 accolades ranging from Teacher of the Year to Star Support Staff and SEND Provision. It is a sensational night for regional schools to celebrate their achievements.

View the school shortlist for all of the amazing Awards!

Relive the 2021 award presentation

Click here to find out more…

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