PaJeS, together with the Jewish News, are delighted to announce the launch of the Jewish School Awards 2020. Taking place on 11th February 2020, we will be celebrating five years of this prestigious event.
To celebrate our fifth year, we are holding our biggest event to date and giving each school the opportunity to take part in the PaJes Pitch, an inter-school competition with teams competing against each other to win substantial funding for a school project. Click on the image above for more details on how to enter this exciting competition.
The last four years have seen teachers and non-teaching staff recognised in four categories. The 2020 awards will differ as they feature three new categories, focusing on collaboration in both primary and secondary education. We would like to encourage you to urge your staff, colleagues, parents and students to nominate their teachers.
There are three categories in total and in each one, an award will be made both to a primary and a secondary school.
Curriculum Collaboration Award
Collaboration between Jewish studies and secular studies
This award will recognise a team of Jewish or Ivrit studies and secular studies teachers who have implemented a joint initiative that has enriched teaching and learning across both Jewish and secular curriculum areas.
Beyond the Classroom Award
Learning about the wider community
This award will recognise a teacher or group of teachers who have initiated a programme that takes students out of the classroom in order to offer them a broader range of learning experiences. This could include engagement with the wider community and initiatives that have contributed to a deeper understanding of British values.
Honouring school-based volunteering
This award will recognise an individual or group of volunteers, governors, parents or others, who are not employed by the school but who have significantly contributed and improved aspects of school life.
The closing date for nominations has been extended to Tuesday 5th November2019