Supporting Education Group companies are making their mark on the 2023 awards circuit.
The awards season was kicked off in mid-March when Best Practice Network scooped the education and early years apprenticeship provider of the year award at the National Apprenticeship Awards.
Best Practice Network is also a finalist in the Company of the Year category in the biggest education awards of the year, the BETT Awards. The business will be hoping to repeat its 2019 success when it won the title for companies in the lower turnover bracket.
BPN’s NPQ programmes are in the frame for the BETT Awards leadership and management solutions category, while Thrive will be hoping to take the award in the wellbeing, digital wellness and safeguarding resources category.
Supporting Education Group itself is shortlisted for two categories in the Education Investor Awards – tutoring provider of the year and education provider of the year.
School Business Services is vying for the education software provider title, while Best Practice Network is hoping for the skills training provider gong.
And Thrive is aiming to secure the school improvement provider accolade.
Caroline Cheale, Managing Director of our Educator Talent Solutions division is up for the businesswoman of the year award.
The Bett Awards are being held in The Brewery in central London on 29 March and the Education Investor Awards will be announced at a ceremony in London’s Royal Lancaster Hotel on 14 June.
Jonathan Roback, CEO of Supporting Education Group, said:
“SEG businesses have a big presence in these prestigious awards. The fact that SEG businesses have already won one major award this year and are vying for no less than nine award categories in two of the most prestigious education sector awards there are is testament to the quality of our education businesses.”