The National Creative Learning Awards are accepting nominations until 14 December 2018 for creative projects which make a difference in people’s lives.
Nominating is very easy with just 4 questions! Just tell us, in your own words, why your project or person is special. This is even easier if you have written copy elsewhere in evaluation or reporting!
Entries will be considered by a panel of high-profile judges including award winning Children’s author Melvin Burgess, a senior representative from the international LEGO Foundation, an Olivier award winning theatre producer and celebrated poet Ian McMillan.
Alongside categories for individual teachers and schools’ partnerships, both art-form specific work (including heritage), SEND projects, young people and charities are being recognised separately.
Shortlisted candidates will receive a place at the 2019 Creative Learning Summit; a day of CPD for the UK’s most innovative creative educators – at which the awards will be announced.
Additionally, shortlisted and winning entries will receive a quote of endorsement from a high-profile judge along with press and PR support from the Creative Learning Guild and their media partner UKEdChat who have an online readership of over 200,000.
A full list of categories and details of how to make a nomination can be found at: https://creativelearningguild.co.uk/national-awards