Winners of this year's Education Resources Awards
The Education Resources Awards are the only accolades that recognise educational excellence across the board. Individual resources, suppliers, teachers and schools are all celebrated in the annual competition run by the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA).
The winners were announced last night at a ceremony held at the National Motorcycle Museum near the NEC in Birmingham where the Education Show is being held.
Highlights of the ceremony included the Outstanding Achievement Award which went to Andrew Denford of Denford Ltd, one of the pioneers behind the Formula 1 Teams in Schools scheme.
After the ceremony, Ray Barker, director of BESA and chair of the judging panel said: "Congratulations to all the winners. These awards celebrate all that is best about our educational resources and teachers. In the UK, a unique partnership exists between educational professionals and the supplies industry to create the best possible products - innovative, creative and always centred on learning and the real needs of teachers and children. Long may this choice and diversity thrive."
For details about the awards, visit the BESA website at:www.besanet.org.uk
Education resources: special education
Winner: SEMERC - SEMERC Protrack 60 Plus
Highly commended: David Fulton Publishers - Inclusive Readers Series
Education resources: early years
Winner: LEGO Educational Division - LEGO Explore
Highly commended: TTS Group - Teddy Box
Education resources: primary
Winner: Aamp;C Black Publishers - Music Express
Highly commended: Interactive Education - Getting the Point
Education resources: secondary
Winner: 4Learning - Maths 4 Real (Parts 1 amp; 2)
Education resources: ICT - Secondary
Winner: Birchfield Interactives - The Work of Rivers
Education resources: ICT - Primary
Winner: Kudlian Soft - Pictogram
Highly commended: TAG Learning - Motic DigiScope 300
Education exporter of the year
Winner: Learning Resources
Highly commended: Promethean
Educational establishment of the Year
Winner: The Bishop David Brown School - Woking
Supplier of the year - less than pound;3m annual turnover
Winner: TAG Learning
Supplier of the year - more than pound;3 million annual turnover
Highly commended: Sherston Software
UK innovation award
Winner: TAG Learning - Digital Blue Digital Movie Creator
Education in partnership
Winner: Ramesys and Lincolnshire County Council (NetLinc)
Outstanding achievement award
Winner: Andrew Denford, Denford.
Leadership in teaching
Winner: Rona Tutt - Woolgrove School, Letchworth