Lancashire Education Award

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Case Studies from Award winners

The Lancashire Education Awards help schools in promoting the sharing of good practice. Here, you will find case studies of winners of the award so far. If you find something of interest, please feel free to contact the schools involved to discuss the project that led to this award.

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All our case studies have been categorised.  Click on the links below to view the category you are interested in.  Alternatively, type a keyword into the search facility on the left.




An award that recognises a school's commitment to a new and unique approach to any aspect of the curriculum or a wider school issue. This is aimed at engaging and enthusing pupils.

An award that demonstrates a commitment to improving outcomes for children. This could be for a specific subject, a group of pupils, a cohort, a key stage or even a whole school. It could be linked to either attainment or progress in terms of the evidence base.



An award that schools can apply for to demonstrate commitment to developing people within their community. This could be related to pupils, staff, governors, local businesses, parents and carers or any other relevant group.

An award that demonstrates a commitment made by a school (or group of schools) to working with others and sharing best practice in order to promote positive outcomes.



An award that recognises excellence in provision for pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

This is a more 'long term' award that is for those schools that have firmly embedded unique and exceptional provision with regard to one or more aspect of the curriculum. This is designed as a 'follow up' award to 'Innovate' and in order to qualify for this award, schools will need to demonstrate clear impact over a longer period of time.