Award-winning bloggers

Eight of the UK’s most engaging education bloggers were honoured recently when Nexus Education hosted their inaugural Blog Awards at Stoke-On-Tern Primary School in Market Drayton. Among the winners were HWRK contributors Niomi Clyde-Roberts and Suzanne Murray.

The Flint-based education blogging and events company welcomed over 60 teachers from across the UK to the ‘Nexus Education Blogs Awards 2019’, to recognise the contribution of educational bloggers sharing resources, CPD and ideas.

Bloggers in attendance included ITV This Morning’s Sue Atkins, Channel 4’s Gogglebox star Baasit Siddiqui and TES National New Teacher of the Year Caroline Keep, but the venue was packed with grassroots teachers and educationalists from across the country.

Damien Challenger, managing director of Nexus Education, said: ‘’This free to attend event was our thank you for helping to build Nexus Education into one of the most engaged teaching platforms, enabling our community of over 11,000 teachers in the UK share ideas, resources and free professional development tools via the form of blogging.

“At the Awards we provided fantastic guest speakers, well-earned individual awards and complimentary food and drink. We really want to continue to stand out as a company that gives back to our community and could think of no better way than the Nexus Education Blog Awards.”

The winners were: Omar Akbar (Judges Choice), Caroline Keep (EdTech / STEM), Hannah Underwood (Social Media Engagement), Sarah McCabe (NQT / CPD), Jayne Carter (Literacy / Numeracy), Niomi Clyde-Roberts (Teacher Health & Wellbeing), Impero EdAware (Commercial Partner), Suzanne Murray (Video).

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Nexus Education is an online blogging platform, and offline events, platform enabling over 11,000 teachers across the UK to share ideas, resources and CPD via the medium of blogging.

In just 8 months Nexus Education has saved over 500 UK schools 10s of thousands of pounds via their free NeXworking sessions for school leaders and donated over 20% of their revenue directly back to schools in the UK, enabling them to invest in products and services to improve their offering to pupils.

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