Stockport Academy Shortlisted For National School Award
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Stockport Academy is hoping to be named Secondary School of the Year after being shortlisted for the prestigious TES Schools Awards.
It is the second time in three years that twe have reached the final eight of the national competition, having also been shortlisted in 2017.
The news follows a string of recent accolades received by the Academy, including the Wellbeing Award for Schools, Good Diabetes Care In School Award and the BIG Anti-Bullying Award, the latter of which the school received for the fourth year in a row.
Commenting on the shortlisting, Stockport Academy Principal Mrs McCann said: “We are immensely proud to once again be in contention for this prestigious award and will certainly be hoping to go one better this time and actually take the title of national Secondary School of the Year!
“To be shortlisted is a fantastic achievement in itself and is testament to the hard work of our staff, students, families, governors and everyone associated with Stockport Academy. We are all over the moon to have received this news.”
TES Editor Ann Mroz said: “It is wonderful to see such great ideas and excellent practice emerging from our schools and their teachers, especially at a time when schools are under financial pressure. We had a record number of entries this year and the standard was very high, so all those shortlisted should be very proud: it is an extraordinary achievement to be on this shortlist.”
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