THE SKILLS AWARDS 2019 2018-10-26T09:14:48+00:00

The Skills Awards is back for its second year running. Whether you are a provider, a teacher, or anyone involved in education, now is your chance to show us your outstanding, pioneering and innovative work in the development of English and maths skills.

The Skills Awards aims to reward the quality and diversity of educational delivery and achievement in the best educational establishments, along with the most dedicated members of the teaching profession and their learners.

How to enter 

To enter please fill out the form here. You may nominate yourself or someone else. All submissions must be a maximum of 500 words and may include any supporting materials that meet the criteria.

The deadline is the 21st December 2018. Winners will be announced during The Skills Conference on March 12th 2019.

Criteria for winners

English and maths skills are vital to the prospects of all individuals for their education, career prospects and day-to-day living. They are high on the government agenda and have been identified by industry as a key area of importance for those entering work.

The Skills Awards, presented as part of The Skills Conference 2019, will celebrate outstanding, pioneering and innovative work in the development of English and maths skills.

There are 2 categories that you can enter:

  • Provider of the Year
  • English Teacher of the Year
  • Maths Teacher of the Year

Provider of the Year

This award will be presented to an education provider (or employer with an education programme) which can demonstrate pioneering innovation, excellence and effectiveness in their English and maths teaching and outcomes.

English Teacher of the Year

This award will be presented to a teacher or trainer who has used innovative, creative and effective teaching strategies to support and motivate groups or individual learners towards English skills achievement.

Maths Teacher of the Year

This award will be presented to a teacher or trainer who has used innovative, creative and effective teaching strategies to support and motivate groups or individual learners towards maths skills achievement.