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Innovation in Schools Award

The Innovation in Schools Award (founded as the Paul Shoesmith Award) is an accolade for schools that use ICT creatively. It is a chance to praise forward thinking teachers and award schools that use original and effective teaching and learning methods. The award offers schools the opportunity to showcase their innovative and inventive use of technology and to share their ideas and inspire colleagues with the many benefits that ICT can bring to education.

 

innovation 80Enter your school for the 2019 Innovation in Schools Award!

We will be launching the award for 2019 in the near future - look out for your chance to win £500 for your school and receive the coveted Innovation in Schools Award 2018.

 


The most recent winner of the award was announced at the Learning to Shape Birmingham conference and in the October 2018 edition of School News. Congratulations go to worthy winners, Redhill Primary School. Headteacher, Jo-ann Jones received the award at this year's Link2ICT Conference.


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Presentation of the Innovation in Schools Award, from left to right: Jo-ann Jones (Headteacher, Redhill Primary School), Simon Smith (Managing Director, Link2ICT) and Bren Taylor (Senior Education Consultant, Link2ICT).
 

 

 

Previous winners of the Innovation in Schools Award


2018   Redhill Primary School

2016   
Our Lady's Catholic Primary School

2015   
Rednal Hill Infant School

2014   Clifton Primary School

2013   Topcliffe Primary School

2012   Longwill Primary School for Deaf Children

2010   Little Sutton Primary School

2007   Whitehouse Common Primary School

2006   Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School



Maybe your school could be the next winner of the Innovation in Schools Award!

     

 


Watch the video to discover why Redhill Primary School won the Innovation in Schools Award: