South Holland District Council supports the Lincolnshire Free Press and Spalding Guardian Education Awards

Yesterday we announced the finalists for the Lincolnshire Free Press and Spalding Guardian Education Awards.

Numerous awards will be presented to schools, pupils and employees that evening, including the Environment Master Prize, which was sponsored by the District Council of South Holland, which strongly supports the awards.

This award is given to individuals, classes or schools who have committed to improving their carbon footprint.

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Nigel Burch, Manager of Economic Development and Foreign Investment for the South Holland District Council, said, “We are delighted to be able to once again support these great awards, which are always a highlight on the calendar, to honor the schools, students and staff who have achieved excellence and are a constant encouragement and inspiration to their colleagues.

“It is always a privilege for the council to be part of the celebrations that will make you aware of the real impact and scope of education in the district, and not just the great work done by schools and teachers, but also by students, support staff and key players worthy of the role they play in their local community.

“The last 15 months have brought numerous tests and difficulties, especially for young people and people who work in the education sector and do volunteer work. To hear so many stories and successes under the most difficult of circumstances is a testament to the continued hard work and dedication of everyone involved. “

Nigel says the South Holland County Council is delighted to sponsor the category as it will lead to a better understanding of the environment for the future.

He said: “The Environmental Champion Award is a particularly important category that is given to individuals, classes or schools who work to improve their carbon footprint through projects such as protecting the environment, improving resource use, reducing pollution or improving their understanding of the environment .

“The desire and determination to address these issues extends well beyond the classroom, helping to understand and address climate change and emerging environmental challenges, which are some of the key issues we will face around the world in the future. It is always an honor to see firsthand the passion of those who will be at the forefront of our responses to these problems and who will seek to protect and preserve our environment for years and decades to come.

“After a busy and busy time for all of us, it is important to take the opportunity to reflect on some of the great achievements and inspiring stories that have taken place and to ensure that those who make a real difference on the ground get the recognition they deserve. The Education Awards offer us the perfect opportunity to celebrate this together. Congratulations to all nominees and thank you for your hard work – we wish you a lot of fun. “

We will not only celebrate students of the year and environmental champions, but also give a big hand to these “unsung heroes” who make sure everything goes well in the form of the support employee / team of the year.

We also celebrate our most inspiring teachers for giving students the encouragement they need to pursue excellence and the individual or team who have outdone themselves with the Award for Excellence in Sports.

The individual, class, or school who has shown genuine commitment to their local neighborhood will be congratulated for their work with a Contribution to the Community award.

The sixth awards for the Spalding Guardian and Lincolnshire Free Press Education Awards will take place on Thursday July 8th at the Springfields Events Center in Spalding

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