Today (Monday 2 March 2020) sees the launch of the Reed Improving Lives Award for Education.
It takes patience, determination and enthusiasm to work in the education sector. Teacher, tutor or teaching assistant, working in nurseries, schools, colleges or specialising in SEN – whatever the role, they all work tirelessly to improve the lives of others through the work they do.
At Reed Education we want to recognise these talented individuals and reward them with the chance to relax and put their feet up.
Enter an outstanding professional in education – whether it be a teacher, colleague, friend or family member – for the work they do and they could be in with a chance of winning the Improving Lives Award for Education – a £1000 voucher towards a dream holiday or shopping trip. Make your nomination for the award, voting now closes on Sunday 31 May 2020, 23:59 BST.
Support, support, support
Listen to Christine Edwards, SEN home tutor, as she shares her biggest success - supporting a student to realise their full potential and go on to study towards their dream career.
Pipeline to success
Chris Hawley, plumbing lecturer, shares just one of the ways he has helped improve a life through the work he does. Watch as he talks about how he supported a student who struggled to speak English and helped him achieve his goal of becoming a fully qualified plumber.
Do you know anyone like Christine or Chris? Has an educator changed your life through the work they do? If yes, say thank you by nominating them now.