St Helens Education Award results 2015

THE winners of this year’s St Helens Education Awards have been announced.

Finalists gathered for an award’s ceremony at Carmel College on Monday night.

Group shot of all the winners - St Helens Education Awards 2015

Group shot of all the winners - St Helens Education Awards 2015

The winners are:

Primary School Pupil of the Year sponsored by The Hardshaw Centre, Ashley Vose from Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School

Secondary School Pupil of the Year, sponsored by the Livesey Spottiswood was jointly won by Adam Johnson from The Sutton Academy and Ben Middleton, Matthew Corker, Megan O’Shea, Lewis Bowers, Lauryn Gallagher from Knowsley Park Centre for Learning

Sustainable School Award, sponsored by Pilkington and NSG Group, Legh Vale Primary School

Primary School of the Year award sponsored by Tesco Extra runners up presented by St Helen's Reporter's Jan Cullen - St Helens Education Awards 2015

Primary School of the Year award sponsored by Tesco Extra runners up presented by St Helen's Reporter's Jan Cullen - St Helens Education Awards 2015

Sports Achievement Award sponsored by Healthwatch St Helens and St Helens CCG, Paul Greenway from Cowley International College

Inspirational Teaching Award sponsored by Carmel College, Phil Duxbury from Hunt’s Cross Primary School

Career Aspiration Award sponsored by St Helens Chamber, St Augustine of Canterbury Catholic High School

Health and Wellbeing Award sponsored by Healthy Living, Haydock High School

Secondary School of the Year Award sponsored by the University of Liverpool winner Rainford High Technology College presented by Head of UK Recruitment, Christine Todd - St Helens Education Awards 2015

Secondary School of the Year Award sponsored by the University of Liverpool winner Rainford High Technology College presented by Head of UK Recruitment, Christine Todd - St Helens Education Awards 2015

Educational Tours Award sponsored by WST, Rainhill High School

Creative Arts Award sponsored by the St Helens Reporter, Haydock High School

Unsung Hero Award sponsored by Arnold Clark, Keith Hughes from Cowley International College

Primary School of the Year Award sponsored by Tesco Extra, Allanson Street Primary School

Secondary School of the Year Award sponsored by University of Liverpool, Rainford High Technology College

Click back later for a slideshow of pictures from the event ...