Aim High: regional Prizewinners

13th June 1997 at 01:00
The awards explained

Category 1: Curriculum and key skills. Category 2: Teacher Development and Management. Category 3: Extra-curricular and out-of-school. Aim High: regional Prizewinners

South West

Overall Regional Winner. Mother Nature, Stroud; Stroud Valley Primary School, Gloucestershire

Regional Winner. Category 1. Pittards, Yeovil; Buckler's Mead Community School, Yeovil

Regional Winner. Category 2. Mother Nature; Stroud Valley Primary School

Special awards. Disadvantaged. Bristol West BS; Hartcliffe School, Bristol

Special awards. Special Educational Needs. Safeway, Bridgwater; Penrose Special School, Bridgwater

Highly Commended. Aerosols International, Wellington,Somerset; Kingsmead Community School, Wiveliscombe, Somerset


Overall Winner. Just Rentals Rhondda Cynon Taff; Porth County Comprehensive School,Mid-Glamorgan

Regional Winner. Category 1. E. Turner Sons, Cardiff; Rumney High School, Cardiff

Regional Winner. Category 2. Ford Motors, Bridgend;

Regional Winner. Category 3. Just Rentals; Porth County Comprehensive School

Special award. Special Educational Needs Marks Spencer

West Midlands

Overall Regional Winner. Cadbury; Turves Green Girls' School, Birmingham

Regional Winner. Category 1. Cadbury; Turves Green Girls'

Regional Winner. Category 2. Baggeridge Brick, Dudley; Hartlebury First School, Kidderminster

Special award. PrimaryBasic Skills. Marriott of Forest of Arden Hotel, Coventry; Greenholm Primary School, Birmingham

Special award. Disadvantaged. Bradbridge; Queen Victoria School, Dudley

Highly Commended. Rover; Coundon Court School, Coventry

Highly Commended. Cadbury; Kings Norton Primary School, Birmingham

Highly Commended. McDonald's; Darlaston Community School, Wednesbury

South East

Overall Regional Winner. National Westminster Bank, Fareham, Hants; Baycroft School, Stubbington, Hants

Regional Winner. Category 1. Siemens Plessey Systems, Somerton, Isle of Wight; Carisbrooke High School, Newport, Isle of Wight

Regional Winner. Category 3. Red Funnel Ferries, Southampton; Cowes High School Isle of Wight

Special awards. Special Educational Needs. National Westminster Bank; Baycroft School

Highly Commended. Legal and General, Tadworth, Surrey

Highly Commended. BAA Gatwick; Imberhorne Secondary School, East Grinstead, Sussex

North East

Overall Regional Winner. Lite On, Ashington, Northumberland; Bedlingtonshire Community High School,Northumberland

Regional Winner. Category 1. Lite On; Bedlingtonshire Community High School

Regional Winner. Category 1. TEC Form, South Shields,Tyne Wear; Harton School, Tyne Wear

Regional Winner. Category 3. Garden Services, Tyne Wear; Lord Lawson of Beamish School, Birtley, Durham

Highly Commended. 'for GNVQs and Key Skills'. MS, Gateshead; St Thomas More School,Tyne Wear

Nominated for special awards. PrimaryBasic Skills. Universal Building Society,Newcastle upon Tyne

Special award. PrimaryBasic Skills. Northumbrian Water; Shiremoor First School, Newcastle upon Tyne

North West

Overall Regional Winner. Gardner Merchant, Salford; Westleigh High School, Leigh

Regional Winner. Category 1. British Aerospace

Regional Winner. Category 2. Gardner Merchant Westleigh High School

Regional Winner. Category 3. BBC Philharmonic, Manchester; local schools

Special awards. PrimaryBasic Skills. North West Water, Liverpool; Hey Comprehensive School, Knowsley; Disadvantaged. Toxteth Fire Service. Liverpool; Shorefields Comprehensive, School, Liverpool

Special awards. Special Educational Needs. Gardner Merchant; Westleigh High School

East Midlands

Overall Winner. Thorntons, Derby; The Delves School, Alfreton, Derbys

Regional Winner. Category 1. Lincoln Cathedral

Regional Winner. Category 3. Thorntons; The Delves School

Special award. Special Educational Needs. Thorntons; The Delves School


Overall Winner. East Anglia Daily Times, Ipswich; Leiston Middle School, Suffolk

Regional Winner. Category 1. Sedgwick, Witham, Essex; Edith Borthwick School, Braintree, Essex

Regional Winner. Category 1. Three Valleys Water, Luton; Ferrars Junior School, Luton

Regional Winner. Category 3. East Anglia Daily Times; Leiston Middle School, Suffolk

Highly Commended. Ipswich Norwich Co-operative; Leiston High School, Suffolk

Highly Commended Eastern Counties Newspaper, Ipswich; King Edward VI School, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Yorks Humbs

Overall Winner. McDonalds; Notre Dame School, Sheffield

Regional Winner. Category 1. McDonalds; Notre Dame School

Regional Winner. Category 2. Examiner Newspaper,Huddersfield; Salendine Nook High School Technology College,Huddersfield

Regional Winner. Category 3. Trident, Beverley

Special award. PrimaryBasic Skills. Kingston Council

Special award. Disadvantaged. Sun Alliance, Leeds


Overall Regional Winner (Joint). West Ferry Printers, Isle of Dogs; Blue Gate Fields Wapping; LVM, Arlesey, Beds

Regional Winner. Category 1. West Ferry Printers; Blue Gate Fields Junior School

Regional Winner. Category 2. Savacentre,Sydenham; Sedgehill School

Regional Winner. Category 3. Bankers Trust, Broadgate; Morpeth School, Bethnal Green

Special award. PrimaryBasic Skills. Sedgwick Noble Lowndes, Croydon; Broadmead Junior School, Croydon

Special awards. Disadvantaged. EPG Insurance Systems; Harry Gosling Junior School, Wapping

Special award. Special Educational Needs. Savacentre,Sydenham; Sedgehill School, Lewisham

Special award. Small Business. LVM; Cardinal Hinsley High School, Harlesden


Overall Winner. Drumnadrochit Hotel, Inverness; Glen Urquhart High School, Inverness-shire

Regional Winner. Category 1. Bairdwear,Grangemouth.

Category 2. Drumnadrochit Hotel;Glen Urquhart High School

Special award. Disadvantaged. Wimpey Homes, Edinburgh; Greendykes Primary School, Edinburgh

Special awards. Special Educational Needs. Royal Mail, Glasgow; Ashcraig Secondary School, Glasgow

Special awards. Small Business. Drumnadrochit Hotel; Glen Urquhart High School

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