Time is running out to nominate bright young stars

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Nominations are still being sought to recognise the outstanding achievement of young people in the borough.

The North Tyneside Learning Trust’s Star Awards aim to inspire young people aged four to 19 who attend a borough school by recognising personal achievements and celebrating success.

An awards ceremony will take place on July 1, with nominations for ther 12 categories closing on March 27.

The categories include Local Hero, Volunteering, Inclusion, Can Do, Fundraising, Resilience, Green, Leadership, Breakthrough, Inspiration, Achievement and Winners Choice.

Children and young people can be nominated online at www.ntlearningtrust.org.uk/NominateAstar

Kehri Ellis, chief executive of North Tyneside Learning Trust, said: “We are delighted to have teamed up once again with our main event sponsor, Vision for Education.

“It was incredibly exciting to be involved in the awards last year and learn about some of the phenomenal achievements of children and young people in our schools. I am really looking forward to the privilege of meeting this year’s inspirational finalists at the awards ceremony in July.”

The award sponsors are Capita, Cofely GDF Suez, Gentoo, Muckle LLP, Newcastle United Foundation, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Sage, Speech Genius, TES and Vision for Education.

The award sponsors will have the honour of selecting the overall winner and will present them with a special trophy at the awards ceremony.

I am really looking forward to the privilege of meeting this year’s inspirational finalists at the awards ceremony in July.

Kehri Ellis, chief executive of North Tyneside Learning Trust