Stanley Learning Partnership hold the first ever SLP Star Awards, celebrating educational excellence.
Children from Nursery and Reception classes through to Year 6 of the three partner schools; South Stanley Infant & Nursery School, South Stanley Junior School and Greenland Community Primary School, attended an exclusive red-carpet event at South Causey Inn where they received their awards and saw the SLP Superstars of the Year be crown for the first time.
The SLP Star Awards, supported by Stanley Town Council, were introduced recognise the hard work, dedication, effort and commitment of children across Stanley Learning Partnership and celebrate their achievements together.
Isabella Collier aged 6 and South Stanley Infant & Nursery School’s Above & Beyond winner said:
“Tonight has been amazing, it’s like a fairytale. I can’t believe I’ve won and I’m here.”
The imitative, which ran in schools since April, saw teaching staff select a winner and two runners up in several categories in line with National Curriculum core and foundation subjects.
Cllr Les Timbey of Stanley Town Council said:
“I am delighted Stanley Town Council were able to support such an inspiring initiate. The children of Stanley are so determined and dedicated, it is a fantastic honour that we can create an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate their hard work.”
Mr Mark Stewart, CEO of Stanley Learning Partnership:
“The response to the SLP Awards have been nothing short of brilliant from start to finish. The children and their families have embraced them wholeheartedly. Irrespective of winning or not, the children showed huge support and camaraderie throughout.
To work with Stanley Town Council on such an initiative has been a fantastic opportunity and we thank both them and South Causey Inn for their immense support.
To conclude the SLP Awards with such a prestigious evening has been a wonderful experience for the children and one that they truly deserve.”
Congratulations to all Stanley Learning Partnership children, each one is a star in their own right.