Carlton Academy Trust shortlisted in two categories for the Tes Awards 2024

Carlton Academy Trust has been shortlisted in two categories for the Tes Awards 2024.

The Trust is elated to be shortlisted in the category of Trust Team of the Year – 9 schools or less and Carlton Mills Primary School has been shortlisted in the category of EYFS Setting of the Year.

The best schools and teachers across the country have been shortlisted in this year’s Tes Schools Awards. The Tes Schools Awards, which have been dubbed the ‘Oscars of education’, is a prestigious awards programme which celebrates the best of education across the UK.

The Tes Schools Awards recognises the very best teachers and schools from UK state and independent schools, across early years settings, primary and secondary.

Adrian Kneeshaw, CEO of Carlton Academy Trust, shared his pride, saying “We are thrilled to be nominated for two TES School Awards. It’s a testament to the dedication and passion of our entire team. These nominations affirm our commitment to providing excellence in education for all our students, staff, and communities.”

The shortlist was compiled by a panel of expert judges, including school leaders and experts. The schools and teachers they chose showcase the best of education across the sector within 21 award categories, covering all areas of school education.

Jon Severs, Editor of Tes Magazine said, “Congratulations to all the shortlisted entries – the standard was so high this year despite the challenges schools face. It is critical we celebrate excellence and share it widely so we can ensure that the fantastic work happening in education is properly recognised.”

Winners will be announced on 21st June at a glittering gala awards night at the Grosvenor Hotel, Park Lane, in London.

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