Deadline looms for Education Awards 2018
There are just three days left for nominations in this year's Lincolnshire Free Press and Spalding Guardian Education Awards.
Recognising the role played by pre-schools and schools across south-east Lincolnshire, the Free Press and Guardian is hosting the awards at Spalding's South Holland Centre on Thursday, July 5, at 7pm.
The awards are organised in association with Duncan and Toplis Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers, based in Pinchbeck and across the East Midlands.
Alistair Main, director of Duncan and Toplis, said: "We are once again delighted to be the headline sponsor of the Lincolnshire Free Press and Spalding Guardian Education Awards for the fourth time.
"Our commitment to serving and supporting the local community is one of our key operating cornerstones and we look forward to recognising and celebrating all those nominated for an award on July 5."
You can still send in nominations for each of the twelve award categories, including for Contribution to the Community which Duncan and Toplis is sponsoring.
For early years education, there are awards for Pre-School of the Year, sponsored by Riverside Training of Spalding, and the Pre-School Staff Award, sponsored by Bakkavor.
There are also awards for Outstanding Sporting Achievement, sponsored by Double G Clothing, of King's Lynn, Most Improved Student, sponsored by Worldwide Fruit, of Pinchbeck, and Student of the Year, sponsored by Moore Thompson Chartered Accountants.
Staff can be nominated for Inspirational Primary Teacher, sponsored by Freshtime UK, of Wyberton, Inspirational Secondary Teacher, sponsored by Maples Solicitors, of Spalding, and the Support Staff award, sponsored by Produce Industry Fair 2018.
Finally, there is the Environmental Award, sponsored by South Holland District Council, Primary School of the Year, supported by Springfields Outlet Shopping, and Secondary School of the Year, sponsored by Mana Education, of Rutland.
For nomination forms, email email@example.com