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Lincolnshire Free Press and Spalding Guardian Education Awards return

The Lincolnshire Free Press and Spalding Guardian Education Awards are back this week.

After missing out in 2019 because of the Covid-19 pandemic, we are ready again for our seventh annual celebration of all that’s great with education in our district.

The awards take place at Springfields Events Centre on Thursday.

Winners on stage at the 2018 Education Awards (46930126)
Winners on stage at the 2018 Education Awards (46930126)

They will be hosted by Free Press and Guardian editor Jeremy Ransome, with performances from talented youngsters from Act II and University Academy Holbeach.

The awards shortlist is as follows:

Contribution to the

Daisy Darley (Spalding High School), Oakley & Edith Bateman (The Deepings School; (Yearr 11 at Spalding High School).

Environmental Champion

Bourne Elsea Park CofE Primary School; Robert Page (Wygate Park Academy); Wygate Park Academy.

Pre-School of the Year

BeBright Preschool; Lilliputs Nursery; Little Treasures, Spalding.

Inspirational Teacher


Bill Lord (Long Sutton Primary School); Miss Kidd (Gosberton Academy); Suzie Phillips (Thurlby Community Primary Academy).

Inspirational Teacher


Sarah Chalcraft (Spalding High School); Richard Folk (Bourne Academy); Clare Owens (Deepings School).

Primary School of the Year

Long Sutton Primary; St Thomas CofE Primary School; Wygate Park Academy.

Pupil of the Year (Primary)

Coby Smith (Clough and Risegate Primary Schools); Lily Brooks (South View Community Primary).

Student of the Year


Joshua Cook (The Deepings School); Libby Mayne (Spalding Academy); Millie McNally (Bourne Academy).

Outstanding Sporting Achievement

Jacob Bush (The Deepings School); Toby Bush (The Deepings School); Tilly Garfoot (Spalding High School).

Secondary School of
the Year

Spalding Academy; Spalding High School; The Deepings School.

Support Staff Member

Amanda Cooke (Westmere Primary School); Heather Hudson (Fleet Wood Lane Primary School); Mark Lewis (Spalding Academy).

lThere will be several pages of pictures and reports in next Tuesday’s Lincolnshire Free Press.

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