Australian technology services consortium The LIFT Alliance is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the 2022 Western Australian Education Awards.
Together, under The LIFT Alliance, the four businesses deliver end-to-end ICT services for more than 800 Western Australian public schools via its contract with the WA Department of Education.
Announced by the WA Minister for Education and Training Sue Ellery, the awards are an important opportunity to reflect on the work of principals, teachers and wider school communities supporting the education of students across the state.
Murray Rosa, ASG Group Executive General Manager for the WA region says “As part of the LIFT Alliance, ASG is proud to support this year’s WA Education Awards.
The awards are an important opportunity to recognise teaching and learning excellence in the WA education sector, and reward the innovation, commitment and hard work of school communities. It is a great pleasure to play a part in that community through the work of the LIFT Alliance.”
Kinetic IT’s Acting Chief Marketing Officer Aran Collins says “On behalf of The LIFT Alliance, I wish all nominating schools the best of luck in this year’s WA Education Awards. The awards are iconic and an opportunity to recognise the outstanding work school communities carry out every day for children, no matter whether you’re delivering education in the Perth metropolitan area, or in a rural or remote community school.
“Thank you to The LIFT Alliance partners and the Department for partnering with us on this year’s awards. I know all of our organisations are looking forward to the inspiring stories that will be unearthed, and celebrating educators for the critical work they do for students.”
Nominations for the WA Education Awards are open now until Monday, 15 August 2022.
The WA Education Awards have three categories this year, with LIFT Alliance partners sponsoring each category as follows:
Excellence in School Leadership – sponsored by Kinetic IT
This award celebrates schools and teams taking an inclusive approach to leadership where shared responsibility and a focus on collective impact rather than individual achievement is encouraged. This award recognises schools that create and sustain the conditions for all students to achieve and progress. It acknowledges that collective leadership can happen at all levels.
Excellence in Teaching and Learning (Primary) – sponsored by ASG Group
This award acknowledges primary schools that demonstrate excellence in teaching and learning. It recognises schools that create an environment in which students are positively impacted through excellent learning and teaching. Schools being nominated for this award should demonstrate collaboration, inclusion and show innovative ways to enhance student achievement and progress.
Excellence in Teaching and Learning (Primary) – sponsored by Campfire and Systemic
This award acknowledges secondary schools that demonstrate excellence in teaching and learning. It recognises schools that foster an environment in which all students are positively impacted through excellent learning and teaching. Schools being nominated for this award should demonstrate collaboration, inclusion and show innovative ways to enhance student achievement and progress.
Winning schools will receive $10,000 to go towards a project or program at the school which will benefit the whole school community. Finalists will be announced Tuesday, 20 September 2022 with winners announced at a presentation event mid-November.
Visit the WA Department of Education website for further information about the 2022 WA Education Awards.