Naace ICT Impact Awards 2013 shortlist
Bradford’s Curriculum ICT team are delighted to announce that they have been shortlisted as a finalist at the Naace ICT Impact Awards 2013. The shortlist for the awards was announced on Thursday 31 January at 2pm on the Naace stand at Bett 2013. The Naace Impact Awards celebrate the impact educators have made on teaching and learning with the children/adults they work with and support.
The team were nominated in the ‘Curriculum Support Service Impact’ category by Isobel Fairburn at Hothfield Junior School, Bradford. Excellent customer service is assumed by this award, but to win it, it is necessary to show how a third millennium curriculum has been accommodated in the service provided.
One of the members of our team – Chris Mayoh (@chrismayoh) has also been shortlisted in the ‘Primary Impact’ category for a 2nd consecutive year. This award recognises a project that articulates the impact and outcomes that applying technology appropriately can have in a primary setting.
The final list of shortlisted nominations can be found here Naace ICT Impact Awards 2013 Shortlist.
The team would like to thank everybody who have sent messages of support and encouragement via Twitter and e-mail:-
“That’s an awesome shortlist for the #naace awards! Congratulations to the #bradfordict team.” Sarah Walsh, St Cuthbert and the First Martyrs Primary, Bradford
“Curriculum ICT shortlisted for Naace Impact Award. Congratulations to the whole team – well deserved.” Andy Gaunt, Greengates Primary, Bradford
“Huge congratulations to the #Bradfordict team on their Naace nomination…..good luck guys.” Dan Cresswell, Education City
“Congratulations on Naace shortlisting – Richly deserved and good luck!” Julian Wood, Wybourn Communtiy Primary, Sheffield
“There isn’t a team like you guys….anywhere!! #welldeserved.” Liz Brook, St Michaels C of E Primary, Wakefield
“Congratulations – well deserved by all!” Moira Hogan, All Saints C of E Primary, Ilkley
“Congratulations to you all on being shortlisted and to Chris too.” Isobel Fairburn, Hothfield Junior, Bradford