Teach Early Years Awards
Teach Early Years, the magazine for Foundation Stage professionals, is pleased to announce the launch of its industry award scheme - Teach Early Years Awards.
The scheme, which is entirely free of charge, has been set up to celebrate the breadth and quality of the early years sector’s educational and professional development resources. It spans 13 categories and offers suppliers, manufacturers, publishers and service providers the chance to have their most innovative and effective products and publications recognised.
Winners will be chosen by an expert panel of early years authors, leaders, consultants and educators. Judges include LEYF CEO June O’Sullivan MBE, Busy Bees’ Early Years Director Lisa Snell, and award-winning children’s author/illustrator Steve Antony.
Commenting on the launch of the scheme, Teach Early Years’ editor, Jacob Stow, said, “It will be wonderful to give some well-deserved recognition to the best educational and professional resources out there - as taking part is completely free, we expect the quality of entries to be very high.”
Nominations to Teach Early Years Awards end in March, with winners set to be showcased in Teach Early Years in May. Winners will receive access to the awards logo, and a celebration package to mark their achievement.
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