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Call to Enter -The Education Resources Awards 2019 W


ith a closing date of Monday 11th February 2019, now is the time to enter your


business into The Education Resources Awards 2019 (ERA). The ERAs highlight outstanding resources, excellent educational establishments and acknowledge the most dedicated members of the teaching profession. Organised by BESA and Brilliant Marketing Solutions, each year 1000’s of schools, colleges and universities look to see who is the best of the best in the education supplier market and often chose the ERA finalists and winners as their preferred. suppliers. Sponsored by YPO and Maped-Helix, and supported by BESA, nasen the NAHT & Education Today, The ERAs will help promote your company and brands to the wider education market placing your business in front of 10,000's of new and existing customers, allowing you to demonstrate your total commitment to the education sector. To enter your business for the opportunity


of winning the most coveted prize in the education sector simply visit www.educationresourcesawards.co.uk choose the category that best suits your business and download the entry form. Closing date for entries is Monday 11th


February 2019 and please save the date of the awards ceremony which will once again be held at the prestigious National Conference Centre. Birmingham on Friday 22nd March 2019.


uFor more information how to enter, or to speak to a member of the ERA Team, please contact Chris Milton on 01622 474011


The importance of performing arts in education


performance of a musical solo piece - Step-up provides a focal point to recognise and reward good work in all its forms. In addition, school productions can be brought to life with the ready-made,


3-metre high backdrops, available in five beautiful designs, from an enchanting forest to a serene starry night ideal for festive nativity. Other designs include a music theme, a circus and a medieval castle. The backdrops can be hung securely and easily stored in the free trolley available with Stage 1, 2 and 3 orders.


uFor more information on Gratnells Stage, visit www.gratnellsstage.com


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ratnells, providers of award-winning trays and storage systems used by schools in more than 60 countries worldwide, is backing the drive to


develop performance and presentation skills in schools. Its advanced modular staging system is designed to encourage children to produce, present and perform as part of a fully-rounded education, developing their language and communications skills and stimulating creativity. Gratnells Stage offers a quick, precise build of slick interlocking parts, a


quality finish wood surface and smart use of robust plastics for weight optimisation and durability. Three standard starter packages, Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3, are


available and the modular nature of the system means it can be re-oriented, for example from a stage to a catwalk and children will be able to handle, move and assemble the system as part of the learning experience. With Gratnells Step-up mini-stage, teachers have the resource to let every


child experience the thrill of being a celebrity in front of their peer groups. It really doesn’t matter what the skill on show is – it can be something relatively passive like displaying a piece of outstanding artwork or a vibrant


46 www.education-today.co.uk November 2018


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