Claires Court shortlisted for two ISA awards
Claires Court is in the running for two top prizes, having been shortlisted by the Independent Schools Association (ISA) 2020 awards.
The award categories include excellence in fine art for the high standard and variety of art and creativity across the whole school, and marketing initiative of the year for the school’s initiative of a whole community book hunt to celebrate World Book Day.
Hugh Wilding, Administrative Principal, said: “We’re very pleased to be shortlisted for these awards amongst other high quality nominees and in a very difficult year for all families and educational settings. These awards are great recognition of our pupils and staff for the high standard of work, as well as an initiative to support and involve the whole community in the wonderful benefits of reading.”
The ISA awards reflect the best practice and inspiring achievements of schools in a range of categories. ISA has over 525 members.
ISA’s CEO Rudi Eliott Lockhart, said: “Congratulations to all our finalists. In such a challenging year it is inspiring to see so many strong entries across all categories.”
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