12 Dec 2019
Learning Excellence Award
Lancashire Education Award
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Award Winners - Round 2 March 2019
Appley Bridge All Saints Primary (Invest)
Developing the role of Middle Leaders to become a strength of the school.
Balderstone St. Leonard's Primary (Innovate)
Developing our curriculum so it's based on our Christian foundation.
Cherry Fold Community Primary (Invest)
Developing Parental Partnerships through family learning.
West Lancashire Small Schools Cluster -12 schools (Innovate)
3D Printer Project.
Rishton St. Peter and St. Paul's (Innovate)
Shakespeare Primary (Inspire)
Raising the aspirations of children through the power of musical performance.
Simonstone St. Peter's (Innovate)
Creating an Inclusive Outdoor Learning Environment that inspires and promotes learning.
St. Augustine of Canterbury (Inspire)
Developing effective Attachment and Trauma Sensitive practice across school
WRIST Cluster - 19 schools (Collaborate)
Professional Development Package.
Thornton Primary (Innovate)
The Power of Outdoor Learning.
English Martyrs' Catholic Primary (Achieve)
Reinventing how we teach Maths to raise standards
Award Winners - Round 1
Bespoke, CYP-centred and reflective training relating to multi-sensory impairments and learning difficulties.
Scorton Primary & Calder Vale Primary
Science for All.
Dynamic and Innovative Learning in an Outdoor Setting All the Year round.
St. Catherine's Catholic Primary
Raising children's knowledge and application of vocabulary through role play.
Tarleton Community Primary
Developing a Vision for Tomorrow Today.
Gillibrand Primary Cluster (14 schools)
Chorley Heads in Partnership.
St. Paul's C of E Primary
St. Paul's Collective Workship Daily Broadcast.
St. James' C of E Primary
Increasing parental engagement through family learning.
Burnley St. James' Lanehead C of E Primary Cluster (13 schools)
SWAT Diversity - Collaboraton in Burnley, Nelson, Pendle and Padiham.
Nelson Whitefield Infant School and Nursery
Unlocking potential and inspiring life-long learners through a creative and meaningful curriculum.
Investing in Communication, raising the profile knowledge and understanding of Communication across the school community.
Gillibrand's Creative Curriculum.
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