Schools Week confirmed as official media sponsor for nasen Awards 2019

News - 05 Jun 2019

We are delighted to announce that Schools Week will be our media partner for the nasen Awards 2019.

 

With a passion for education, Schools Week has the latest research, news and information for schools and education news and trends, as well as league tables for Ofsted ratings, educational facts and figures and inside information on what the education secretary’s plans are.

Schools Week will have exclusive access to the nasen Awards and will create a special post-event feature in their magazine after the event in October. 

To find out more about the great work and publication of Schools Week, please visit their website

 

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