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Double Award Winners

Halewood Academy staff and students celebrated winning two awards at the inaugural Knowsley Education Awards ceremony at Liverpool University.  The input of school Governors into the improvements at Halewood was recognised as they won the Governing Body of the Year award.  The final award of the evening also went to Halewood Academy - the Most Inspiring Secondary School of the Year award.  Mr Evans asked all of the 25 staff present, along with newly appointed Head Boy, Elliot France, and Head Girl, Katy Allen, to join him on stage to receive the award.  He praised the teamwork that was evident across the academy and the work of all the staff before dedicating the award to the memory of Megan Hurley.   Halewood Academy had a further 5 nominations but with strong competition in all categories it was special to take away 2 awards.


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Knowsley Education Awards 2018: The winners in full

Outstanding Achievement (Primary) – Niamh Roberts, St John Fisher Catholic Primary School

Outstanding Achievement (Secondary) – Joel Thomas Cubbin, Lord Derby Academy

Outstanding Achievement (Special)– Daniel Allan, Finch Woods Academy

Apprentice of the Year – Rebecca Blease, Keepmoat Homes

Innovation of the Year – Comics Youth

Teacher of the Year – Jane Woods, Eastcroft Park Primary School

Team of the Year – Stockbridge Village Primary School – Early Years Foundation Stage

Senior Leadership Team of the Year – Finch Woods Academy

Governing Body of the Year – Halewood Academy

Outstanding Contribution to School Life – Elaine Burrows, teacher at St Mary and St Pauls CE Primary School

Outstanding Performance of the Year – Cronton CE Primary School

Outstanding Employer/Education Initiative of the Year – All Saints Catholic High School and Jaguar Land Rover

Most Inspiring School of the Year (Primary) – Northwood Community Primary

Most Inspiring School of the Year (Secondary) – Halewood Academy

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