Wymondham High Academy NR18 0QT

  • NR18 0QT

2017 Norfolk Innovation Awards

to be hosted at Wymondham High Academy, expected attendance 2-300

We are keen to spotlight the brilliant work being done by the STEM Ambassadors across Norfolk by mentioning you on social media, in the flyers, in the event programme and on the evening with a pop-up stand.

Categories
 

  • Outstanding contribution to Science/STEM subjects at Key Stage 2

This could be a student who has made enormous progress, attended after school clubs or has shown great potential.

Last year the winner was from Scarning Primary
 

Outstanding contribution to Science/STEM subjects at Key Stage 3

Last year the joint winners were from Dereham Neatherd

  • Outstanding contribution to Science/STEM subjects at Key Stage 4

The winner in 2016 was from Attleborough Academy

  • Outstanding contribution to Science/STEM subjects at Key Stage 5

This is a new category this year! 

  • Most Innovative Junior School Science/STEM Project

This could be a school project that has “thought outside the box” or been surprisingly simple, or a project that has had surprising results.

Last year, won by Northrepps Primary

  • Most Inspiring Junior School Science/STEM Teacher

Is there someone in your school that deserves special recognition?

Last year, the winner was from Thurton Church of England Primary  

  • Most Inspiring Secondary or Sixth Form School Science/STEM Teacher

This could be a member of your team who runs extra clubs or who just deserves a special mention?

Flegg High School won last year  

  • Best STEM or Nuffield Crest ‘A’ Level Project

Last year, the joint winning students from Wymondham High showed an exceptional understanding of their subject

We are looking for companies to sponsor the individual prize categories – either with a day’s work experience or possibly vouchers, or a cash reward. Please do get in touch if your company is able to offer something this year. THANK YOU.

We are keen to spotlight the brilliant work being done by the STEM Ambassadors across Norfolk by mentioning you on social media, in the flyers, in the event programme and on the evening with a pop-up stand.
Some of the prizes kindly given last year included:

  • Banham Zoo offered a year’s free pass to the family of the Junior School winner
  • Easton and Otley College offered a day’s work experience with lunch
  • Green Britain Centre offered a free trip for the winning school 
  • Lintott Control Systems kindly donated book tokens to the sixth form winners
  • Aquaterra Energy generously gave the winning teacher Chapelfield Vouchers.

We would be delighted for you to attend the event in the evening if possible for photo shoots with the winners. 

Contact Hilary Gauthier 01953 600617  george@georgefreeman.co.uk