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The Impact Through Partnership award recognises MATs who encourage collaboration among member schools with the creation of innovative programs or initiatives that can be shared and implemented.
For schools this award looks at those who are making a significant impact beyond the confines of their trust community. Schools and colleges who actively engage with businesses, non-profits, or other educational institutions to jointly develop programs that extend benefits not only to their immediate surroundings but also to the broader community.
Strong entrants in this category make a significant impact beyond the confines of their school community. Collaborative partnerships with external organisations is key. This category is for schools and colleges who actively engage with businesses, non-profit organisations, or other schools / colleges to jointly develop programs that benefit not only those in their local area, but also to the wider community.
Within Multi-Academy Trusts (MATs), these collaborations could be among member schools, with the creation of innovative programs or initiatives that are shared and implemented across multiple schools within the MAT, amplifying impact. Other examples could be projects tailored to address specific challenges, that, once proven successful within one school or MAT, are scaled and shared with others to maximise best practice. Outside of MATs, schools could be collaborating with external organisations on initiatives and education that they otherwise couldn’t provide to scale, and that by working with others the benefit of their collaborations can be shared with colleagues and learners on a significantly broader scale.
Those project leaders who have taken on active roles in a broader educational spectrum, leading initiatives that amplify impact by sharing experiences and insights, and have inspired others to contribute to the continuous improvement of education for many should consider submitting an entry.
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