Education Nominations now open for @CLGuild Awards

We are delighted to announce that our popular UKEdMagazine is partnering up with The Creative Learning Guild to celebrate the inspirational innovators, educators and practitioners who live and breathe creative learning.

The new National Creative Learning Awards nomination process is now open until mid-December (2018) ranging across 21 categories, including formal education, the arts and the creative industries. Our magazine editor, Martin Burrett, has been invited onto the judging panel, that also includes an Olivier award-winning theatre producer, a representative from the international Lego Foundation, leading disability arts professional; Ruth Gould and acclaimed poet Ian McMillan. Ian said, ‘I’m proud to be a judge for the Creative Learning Awards because in these turbulent times we need Creative Learning more than ever, and we need criteria by which to judge the value of the Creative Learning. As a judge, I’ll be creative, and I know I’ll learn a lot!’

Nominations are open now and you can join and self-nominate or nominate friends and projects that have inspired you over the last 12 months in 4 easy questions.

Ruth Gamble, Head of Programmes says ‘the Guild is a fellowship; a membership of passionate and like-minded people. By becoming a member and nominating their creative heroes, people and organisations are committing to support creative learning, and each other in this fight for recognition and validation’.

Nominate at http://www.creativelearningguild.co.uk/national-awards

The 21 categories are:

  1. Early Years – Individual Achievement
    This category is to recognise an individual practitioner or teacher doing amazing creative learning work and inspiring children in an Early Years setting.
  2. Early Years – Project
    This category is for an inspirational creative learning project based in an Early Years setting.
  3. Primary Schools – Individual Achievement
    This category is to recognise an individual practitioner or teacher doing amazing creative learning work and inspiring children in a Primary setting.
  4. Primary Schools – Project
    This category is for an inspirational creative learning project based in a Primary setting.
  5. Secondary Schools – Individual Achievement
    This category is to recognise an individual practitioner or teacher doing amazing creative learning work and inspiring children in a Secondary setting.
  6. Secondary Schools – Project
    This category is for an inspirational creative learning project based in a Secondary setting.
  7. FE Colleges – Individual Achievement
    This category is to recognise an individual practitioner or teacher doing amazing creative learning work and inspiring children in an FE setting.
  8. FE Colleges – Project
    This category is for an inspirational creative learning project based in an FE setting.
  9. HE Institutions – Individual Achievement
    This category is to recognise an individual practitioner or teacher doing amazing creative learning work and inspiring children in a HE setting.
  10. HE Institutions – Project
    This category is for an inspirational creative learning project based in a HE setting.
  11. SEND Provision – Individual Achievement
    This category is to recognise an individual practitioner or teacher doing amazing creative learning work and inspiring children in a SEND setting.
  12. SEND Provision – Project
    This category is for an inspirational creative learning project based in an SEND setting.
  13. Creative Business
    This category is to recognise a business that makes a real difference to creative learning via their products, services or the opportunities for staff development.
  14. Cultural Charity
    This category is about recognising the difference a single charity makes in delivering, promoting or supporting creative learning.
  15. Literature & Creative Writing
    This category is to recognise a creative learning initiative or project that has been about literature and / or creative writing.
  16. Visual Arts & Design
    This category is to recognise a creative learning initiative or project that has been about visual art / design.
  17. Heritage
    This category is to recognise a creative learning initiative or project that has been about heritage.
  18. Performing Arts & Music
    This category is to recognise a creative learning initiative or project that has been about performing arts and / or music.
  19. Digital & Film
    This category is to recognise a creative learning initiative or project that has been about digital and / or film.
  20. Creative & Cultural Learning Leader
    This category is to recognise an outstanding individual in a leadership role who is making an impact in championing and promoting creative learning.
  21. Young Cultural Champion
    This category is to recognise an outstanding young person who is making an impact in championing and promoting creative learning.

Nominations will close on Friday 14th December at 12 midnight.

Shortlisted entries will receive an invitation to the Creative Learning Summit to be held in early March 2019.

Nominate at http://www.creativelearningguild.co.uk/national-awards

 

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