2017 Awards

Celebrating inspiration & success.
July 2017, Birmingham, UK

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2017 Award photos

2017 Education Awards

2017 Awards photos

Our 2017 Winners and Finalists

Educational Support of the Year

British Sikh School
Aston University – WINNER
First Class Legacy

Headteacher / Principal Dean of the Year

Leigh Perry – DMS Heart of England Music Academy
Lowell Williams – Dudley College – WINNER
Professor George Feiger – Aston Business school

Teacher / Lecturer of the Year

Colin Hughes – Peterbrook School
Marc Rowe – Peterbrook School – WINNER
Professor Mark Hart

Transforming Lives through Partnerships

Chris Meah – School of code – WINNER
Washwood Heath Academy
Midland Metro Alliance

Outstanding Employer Engagement Initiative

Birmingham City University
Envison UK – WINNER
Aston Business School – Aston centre for growth

Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community

Standing Ovation – Anthony Daulphin – WINNER
Senad Group
Corram

Most Innovative Teacher of the Year

Sally Alexander – Kimichi School – WINNER
Ravinder Sahota – Highclare School
Juggy Rihal – Masterclass

Outstanding Support for Students

Learner Enhancement Team – Aston University – WINNER
Juliet C – Seeker Education
Debbie Shaw – Peterbrook School – HIGHLY COMMENDED

Outstanding Primary School

Hockley Heath Academy – WINNER
Peterbrook Primary School
Ravensdale Primary School

Outstanding International School

University of Birmingham – WINNER
University of Warwick

Most Innovative Contribution to Business - Education Collaboration

David Chapman – Aston University Engineering Academy – WINNER
Samantha Fisher – Wonder Why Society
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Entrepreneurial Education Establishment of the Year

Chris Meah School of Code
PJEA Dudley – WINNER
Aston Business School

Further Education College of the Year

Open Study College – WINNER
Cadbury College
City College Coventry

Proactive Educational Provider of an Apprenticeship Programme

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Pathway Group
Creative Alliance – WINNER

University of the Year

University of Warwick
Aston University
University of Birmingham – WINNER

Lifetime Achievement

Professor George Feiger– Aston Business school
Professor Mark Hart – Aston Business School
David Prescott – Cambridge Assessment – WINNER