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The Education Resources Awards 2016 winners celebrate


The British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) and Brilliant Marketing Solutions, recently announced the winners of the 2016 Education Resources Awards, which identify the quality and diversity of educational resources, establishments, teachers and the most dedicated members of the industry. The 22 winners were announced at the gala


dinner event, held in The National Conference Centre, Birmingham during the Education Show at the NEC In its eighteenth successful year, the Education


Resources Awards are organised by BESA, the trade association representing educational suppliers in the UK sector and Brilliant Marketing Solutions. This year's winners were selected by a panel of


teachers, education journalists and senior influencers who evaluated all resource award entries based on innovative design, creativity, application, value and learning impact. Winners of the supplier of the year awards were considered to have made the greatest contribution to the industry in terms of their products, services and the added value that they provide to their customers. The schools and teachers were judged on their commitment and incredible achievements in education. Caroline Wright, director general designate of


BESA said, “These awards are unique in their focus on the resources, services and the people that really make an impact on learning and the day-to-day work of the teachers in the classroom. “We would like to congratulate all the winners


of this year’s Education Resources Awards, who won in their categories. At a time of pressure on schools to achieve greater learning outcomes for their budgets, identifying and investing in the very best resources has never been more important. We hope that the ERAs help schools to evaluate the quality of resources that they deserve.”


April 2016


The Education Resources Awards winners 2016


Special Education Resource or Equipment – Including ICT Inclusive Technology – EyeGaze


Special Education Resource or Equipment – Non ICT Hope Education – Wooden Boulders


Early Years Resource or Equipment - Including ICT 2Simple, 2Build a Profile


Early Years Resource or Equipment - non ICT Bloomsbury – Time to Communicate


Primary Resource or Equipment – Curriculum learning resources including ICT Learning Resources – STEM Robot


Primary Resource or Equipment – Tools for leadership, management and assessment - including ICT Optimum Reports – OTrack


Primary Resource or Equipment - non ICT Twinkl Educational Publishing – Twinkl PlanIt


Secondary Resource or Equipment - including ICT


Instructure Global – Canvas


Secondary Resource or Equipment - non ICT Bloomsbury – 100 Ideas for Secondary Teachers: Outstanding Science Lessons


Free Educational Resources HMRC – Tax Facts


Educational Book Award Crown House Publishing – Making Every Lesson Count


Education Establishment of the Year Parkfield Community School


Leadership in Education Judith Carlisle – Oxford High School, Oxford


Education Exporter of the Year EducationCity


General Classroom Resources Helix Maped – Jungle Innovation


Marketing Campaign of the Year The Consortium, Smart Kids and Scholastic Education - Your Partner in the Classroom


Whole Curriculum Subject Resource Rising Stars - Champions


Supplier of the Year: with less than £1million annual turnover Eden Learning Spaces


Supplier of the Year: with between £1million and £10 million annual turnover Scholastic


Supplier of the Year: with over £10 million annual turnover TTS Group


Outstanding Achievement Award Tom Marshall – ASCO


OUSTANDING CONTRIBUTION AWARD Dominic Savage


The Education Resources Awards are sponsored by The Rochester Bridge Trust, Helix Maped, and YPO and are supported by Nasen, The National Association of Head Teachers and The SSAT.


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