ST Helens schools were top of the class again at the annual St Helens Reporter education awards.
Pupils, teachers and parents from across the borough turned out for the glittering bash, which was held at St Helens College’s town centre campus last Thursday evening.
St Helens mayor Andy Bowden and Saints ace Jon Wilkin were the guests of honour, with both presenting an award on the night.
Attendees at the ceremony, which was sponsored by St Helens College, heard stories of talented, hard-working pupils producing outstanding work under the guidance of inspirational teaching staff.
The full list of winners were:
Matthew Hodge (RL Hughes Primary) - Primary School pupil of the year
Lucy Robinson (Cowley International College) - Secondary School pupil of the year
Rainford CoE Primary School - Sustainable school of the year
Joe Kenyon (Rainford High Technology College) - Inspirational Teaching award
Josh Neal (Sutton Academy) Sports Achievement Award
Haydock High School - Creative Arts Award
Educational Tours Award - Carmel College
Charlotte Doyle (Cowley International College) - Unsung hero award
St Mary’s and St Thomas Primary School - Primary School of the Year
Haydock High School - Community Endeavour Award Secondary School
There were also scores of highly-commended pupils and schools whose contribution was also praised.
The awards were also sponsored by WST Tours, Saints, Asda, Haydock Park Racecourse, Pilkington NSG, Silcocks, News Printers, Madame Tussauds, Sea Life Blackpool.