12 February 2020
The nomination recognises Moreton’s leading role in delivering a range of community creative arts projects to young people from across the region.
Viewed as the education Oscars, the awards afford the opportunity to showcase the arts provision which has seen school children from across North Shropshire and the Welsh borders experience the joys of Art, Music and Drama. It is also an accolade for all the young people who have engaged in the classroom and beyond, and for the specialist teachers who have been involved in the projects.
Commenting on Moreton’s nomination for the whole school community initiative of the year, Principal George Budd said: “Big Sing, Face2Face, The Holroyd Community Theatre, CCF, Creative Arts Project, and Stem Discovery Days, when you list it all out – wow!”
The awards recognise exceptional schools and individuals.
Tes editor Ann Mroz said: “The UK’s independent schools display some of the best teaching and learning practice in the world.
“They are a national asset, and it’s a pleasure to be able to recognise some of their innovation and hard work, and to share these stories of their achievements.”