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CPMM Media Group sponsors an Educate Award

CPMM Media Group sponsors an Educate Award

The team at CPMM Media Group is congratulating all the amazing schools that were shortlisted in The Communication Award category for the Educate Awards. 

This year, the category received an incredible amount of entries, all detailing their unique communication strategies from the last academic year. 

Due to the pandemic, schools had to reshape their communications in order to keep students, families, staff and the wider community up-to-date with all the latest changes and goings on whilst many students were home learning and some staff having to shield at home. 

The Academy of St Francis of Assisi fought off strong competition and was named winner of The Communication Award, with Litherland High School as runner up and Abbot’s Lea School, Buile Hill Academy, Chorlton High School and St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School as finalists.  

Ellie Adshead, senior account executive at CPMM Media Group, said: “We are so proud to support the Educate Awards and sponsor this category.  

“Over the last 12 months, schools and colleges have had to rethink everything, including their communications and marketing. We know first-hand through our school clients, how challenging it has been and have done our best to help support them to communicate and engage with students, parents and other stakeholders during this time, developing new innovative ways of communication, such as online videos for open events and health and safety animated videos. It is therefore really pleasing to see such success stories in these entries.”

Ellie added: “Congratulations to The Academy of St Francis of Assisi and well done to Litherland High School and the other schools who made the shortlist. 

“We look forward to what the Educate Awards 2021 brings”. 

 The ceremony took place virtually and was streamed on YouTube, due to the current coronavirus restrictions in place. The Educate Awards would have normally been held at the Liverpool Cathedral in November 2020. 

The event can still be watched on the Educate Awards YouTube channel