Testimonials

“What the winners say”

Yellow Door – Fruit & Vegetables – Sensory Play Stones

Award category: Early Years Resource or Equipment

“We are overjoyed that our Sensory Play Fruit & Vegetables have won this award. We had so much positive feedback from children and practitioners, but this is the icing on the cake (or at least the topping on the fruit salad!).”

2Simple – Evidence Me & Python in Pieces

Award category: Primary Resource or Equipment – Tools for leadership management & assessment Secondary Resource or Equipment

“The whole team at 2Simple are extremely proud to have been awarded 2 ERAs at this year’s, rather different, awards ceremony. All the teams are currently working extremely hard to support schools and the education community during these unusual times, so is fantastic to see and learn that our peers within the education sector recognise the value our platforms, like Evidence Me and Python in Pieces, can provide to schools.”

Hinton House Publishers – The ASD Girls’ Wellbeing Toolkit: An evidencebased programme promoting mental, physical & emotional health

Award category: Educational Book Award

“We are delighted that the judges recognised the vital significance of this title and the impact it will have on the mental wellbeing of girls and young women with autism spectrum disorder. As a family-run independent publisher we are pleased to represent the quality of publications that independent suppliers are producing.”

iSandBOX – iSandBOX

Award category: Special Education Resource or Equipment

“iSandBOX was thrilled to win this years “ERA award”, we are only a small team but we believe in offering an exceptional service and making a huge difference in the special needs sector! Once again we are very happy and proud and we are looking forward to the future.”

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Award category: Primary Resource or Equipment – ICT

“We are utterly thrilled to be an ERA winner! As a social enterprise it is important for us to share our mission to make the curriculum accessible and engaging for all primary school children. Despite school closures, we are determined to still achieve this. Our team has rapidly developed now>press>play At Home for our subscription schools, so even though children may be cooped up at home, their imaginations don’t have to be!”

The Literacy Company – Pathways to Write

Award category: Primary Resource or Equipment – Non-ICT

“We are absolutely delighted that ‘Pathways to Write’ has been recognised in this way. To win
this award is amazing. Many thanks to our team and all the schools that support us.”

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Award category: Free Educational Resources

“We are delighted to have won the award for Free Education Resources. LifeSkills created with Barclays is a free employability programme that has been raising the confidence, aspirations and motivations of millions of young people since 2013. We look forward to continuing our work to provide individuals and educators with access to free, online, resources and tools.”

HES – Havering Education Services (HES)

Award category: Collaboration Between School & Supplier Award

“It is a pleasure working with the dedicated schools, academies, colleges and early years settings in the borough, which makes this award win all the more special. Cost should not be a barrier to high quality goods and services which is why we developed the Brokerage Service to help schools obtain what they needed. We are delighted with the success of the programme and it is fantastic to see more schools collaborating as a result. This could not have been achieved without the talented and hardworking individuals in the schools and at HES.”

Wey Education – InterHigh

Award category: Educational Establishment of the Year

“We are delighted to receive this award. InterHigh School has attracted some of the best teachers from around the world who are able to deliver highly interactive, engaging and creative content. We know this success wouldn’t be possible without the talented and inspiring Wey Education community faculty, staff, parents and most importantly the pupils.”

Collingwood Learning – The Smashed Project

Award category: Education Exporter of the Year

“This great accolade isn’t just an endorsement of our work as Collingwood, but a tribute to the 25 educational delivery partners we have worked with globally in the last year. This incredible creative network is inspiring hundreds of thousands of young people from the Philippines to Peru, and Cambodia to Canada. We believe it’s just a taste of what we can achieve together in coming years.”

Maths Week London – Maths Week London

Award category: Marketing Campaign of the Year

“We were delighted to be awarded Marketing Campaign of the Year! We couldn’t have done it without the support of our amazing partner organisations and schools who believed in the project from the beginning and helped to make it such a success! Maths Week London is taking place 22-26 June 2020, albeit in a revised format to last year due to the current school closures, and you can register for free at www.mathsweeklondon.org

Sparx

Award category: Supplier of the Year – Less than £1 million annual turnover

“Our learning technologies are evidence-based, and we are proud of the research-rich culture that ensures everything we do is focused on positive impact. Being recognised as ‘Supplier of the Year’ is a testament not only to our technology but to our supportive, collaborative approach, underpinned by research, evidence and impact.”

Hope Education

Award category: Supplier of the Year – Over £10 million annual turnover

“We are delighted to be awarded Supplier of the Year at the ERA Awards. The awards are very highly thought of within the world of education and we are pleased at such a difficult time to celebrate a fantastic piece of news.”

LGfL – London Grid for Learning

Award category: Supplier of the Year – Not for profit

“Winning the ERA not for profit supplier of the year award for the second year running is truly humbling and represents the outcomes of a fantastic team effort that includes schools, teachers, children and suppliers. Through brilliant and supportive collaborations LGfL has been able to deliver some of the biggest deployments of educational products in the world accelerating digital innovation into UK education.”

TTS Group – Rugged Robot

Award category: General Classroom Resource

“At TTS we work extremely hard to develop innovative educational resources, which support teachers and enhance learning for children. Therefore it is a real achievement to receive recognition for this, we are thrilled to have won an Education Resource Award for our Rugged Robot.”

Shabnum Bi – Anglesey Playgroup

Award category: Leadership in Education

“We are honoured to be receiving this award. The opportunity to support vulnerable children is an award in itself, receiving an award like this and getting recognised is amazing. It is testament to the efforts of the whole team and everyone involved within Anglesey Playgroup.”