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Entries open - The Lloyds Register Educational Trust Teachers Award

Discussion in 'Science' started by adrian fenton, Jan 3, 2012.

  1. Some of you may well be interested in nominating teachers for this year’s The Lloyds Register Educational Trust Teachers Award – it’s open to all teachers of STEM subjects and is intended to recognise and reward a teacher’s passion and commitment to STEM education. It’s part of the National Science & Engineering Competition, so the finalists will be invited to attend interviews and the Awards Ceremony at the 2012 Big Bang in Birmingham.
    Nomination forms plus more details are on the Competition website: www.thebigbangfair.co.uk/nsec/teachers_prize.cfm
    Teachers can also nominate themselves (there’s a special form on the website for them).

    Deadline for entries is 29th January.

     
  2. Some of you may well be interested in nominating teachers for this year’s The Lloyds Register Educational Trust Teachers Award – it’s open to all teachers of STEM subjects and is intended to recognise and reward a teacher’s passion and commitment to STEM education. It’s part of the National Science & Engineering Competition, so the finalists will be invited to attend interviews and the Awards Ceremony at the 2012 Big Bang in Birmingham.
    Nomination forms plus more details are on the Competition website: www.thebigbangfair.co.uk/nsec/teachers_prize.cfm
    Teachers can also nominate themselves (there’s a special form on the website for them).

    Deadline for entries is 29th January.

     

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