Finalists

Brilliant Marketing Solutions and BESA are delighted to announce that finalists have now been selected for The Education Resources Awards 2021. Our finalists cover 22 categories – including 2 newly-created ones, which reflect the changing landscape of the last 12 months.

Our judges were highly impressed by the creativity and professionalism of the many submissions received and this is reflected in the substantial list of companies who made it through to the finalists stage. Full details of all our finalists and categories are listed below.

Finalists will benefit from being promoted on the websites of our supporters www.nasen.org.uk and www.naht.org.uk as well as our media partners www.education-today.co.uk providing mass coverage to the wider education market.

This year’s award-winners were announced at 3pm on Friday 21st May via our online awards ceremony event, hosted by well-known comedian, Zoe Lyons. Click here to watch the Awards Ceremony.

For more information , please contact Karin@brilliantmarketingsolutions.net

Special Education Resource or Equipment

Early Years Resource or Equipment

Primary Resource or Equipment – ICT

Primary Resource or Equipment – Non-ICT

Primary Resource or Equipment – Tools for leadership management & assessment

Secondary Resource or Equipment – ICT

Secondary Resource or Equipment – Non-ICT

Secondary Resource or Equipment – Tools for leadership, management & assessment

Free Educational Resources

Classroom Teaching Aids

Educational Book Award

Leadership in Education

  • Christine Hill, OBE – Headteacher, Westminster School, West Midlands.
  • Darryl Morgan – Headteacher, Ridgeway School, Hampshire
  • Dipanwita Ganguli – Principal, Sutton College, London
  • Nigel Tomlinson – London School of Business and Finance
  • Sally Lanni – Pheasey Park Farm Primary School and Early Years Centre
  • Jacqueline Daniell – CEO, Wey Education, London

Marketing Campaign of the Year

Outstanding Achievement Award

  • Winner will be announced on 14th May

Outstanding Achievement during COVID-19