Golden apple awards 2018 voting extended to nominate your heroes in education – grimsby telegraph apple tablet price in india

Exciting news just in – you have a bonus week until nominations close for this year’s golden apple awards – celebrating the best in education in north and north east lincolnshire.

The grimsby and scunthorpe telegraphs are bringing the event back for its third year, and we want to recognise those who make education exceptional in our area.

Our annual awards aims to find the teachers, students, schools, colleges, and academies who have truly gone the extra mile over the past year – with all the nominees coming directly from you, our readers.

Nominations will remain open across eleven categories until wednesday, march 7, when an independently appointed judging panel will select the finalists. The final few will attend a star-studded night hosted by lizzie and carl from the BBC radio humberside breakfast show at the forest pines hotel in brigg on thursday, april 19.


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Today, we turn our attention to the final three categories: star student under 16, star student over 16 and business support for schools.Daniel brocklesby all the nominations come from you, our readers, and there are 11 categories to choose from – so be quick!

Do you know a star student both under and over the age of 16 who is worthy of our awards? Either an individual or collective group who ahve rose to meet an exceptional challenge? Or who has shown model superior character and citizenship whilst still achieving academically?

The second annual grimsby telegraph golden apples awards evening held at forest pines in 2017. Star student award (under 16): alexandra turner,(st josephs primary academy) with dad paul, right and hugh callaway from the grimsby institute (image: jon corken)

Last year, alexandra turner from st joseph’s primary academy picked up the star student award (under 16). The youngest of four children, she sadly had lost her mother on valentine’s day in 2014.

She was supported by her loving family through the difficult time and was nominated by her headteacher who described alexandra as the “politest, friendliest, hardworking little girl” who never falls out with anyone and whose “sunny disposition” was a “shining example to us all on how life goes on.” read more

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Grimsby institute’s hugh callaway, presented alexandra with her award and said at the time: “all of the winners are deserving and I am pleased to see more people involved this year.

The star student under 16 category is being sponsored by john leggott college and principal leon riley enthused: “john leggott college is proud to sponsor the star student under 16 category in this year’s golden apple awards.

“JLC has a 50 year history of supporting the brightest stars from our region through their post 16 education and, allowing them to progress on to prestigious universities, apprenticeships and employment opportunities.

The second annual grimsby telegraph golden apples awards evening held at forest pines IN 2017. Star student award (over 16) daniel brocklesby (franklin) received his award from mark booth of award sponsor cristal (image: jon corken)

The star student over 16 category was won by daniel brocklesby from franklin college last year.Daniel brocklesby in 2016, he sadly lost his older brother matthew to leukaemia but proved to be a tremendous support towards his mother amanda. Studying hard throughout this difficult period, daniel passed all 10 GCSE’s achieving A’s, B’s and C’s. Mum amanda described daniel as her “rock” and was “very, very proud of him.”

Mark booth, of cristal presented the award to daniel brocklesby and during the evening said: “so much goes on that people don’t see and doesn’t get recognised unless ceremonies like this are held.

Last year, the business support for schools award went to adam bell from laceby manor golf club. Nominated by st james’ school, the club provides coaching for over 40 children each week. This coaching led to four pupils making it into county squads. The school is now competing in the independent golf association.

His award was presented by john morse, of atlas professionals, who said at the event: “it’s a great honour for me because grimsby is very important in our sector of work.Forest pines

The award this year will be sponsored by healthy places – a public health and wellbeing solutions provider supporting growth and transforming lives.

It’s not too late to nominate in our other categories too, such as the community award, sponsored by hunt’s coaches. This award will go to an educational establishment that has developed close community partnership links and can supply examples of specific community led projects. The judges will be looking for a school/college/academy who have created beneficial links with local community groups that have delivered real results.

Or why not consider nominating in the against all odds category – this award will go to an individual or group of people who rose to meet an exceptional challenge which affected themselves as individuals or their establishment during the academic year 2016/17. The judges will be looking for an individual or group of children who have overcome adversity yet who have still managed to achieve academically.Daniel brocklesby read more

Or perhaps the apprentice of the year category? This award will go to a student who has completed an apprenticeship within the academic year (2016-7) or is working towards an apprenticeship. Judges will be looking for someone who has made outstanding progress in both their practical work and in their studies and who have made an exceptional contribution to their workplace. Nominations to be made by the apprentice’s employer.

If you know an star student aged under 16, a star student aged over 16 or someone who goes the extra mile to provide business support for schools and deserves recognition at our star-studded ceremony, don’t hesitate to let us know at www.Grimsbytelegraph.Co.Uk/goldenapples.

You can nominate in the following categories: against all odds, apprentice of the year, award for innovation, business support for schools, community awards, outstanding contribution, star student over 16, star student under 16, teacher/lecturer and teaching assistant!Star student enter below, it only takes a minute!