It’s that time of year again when the best blogs are highlighted and celebrated. This started last year after a conversation with Chris Ratliffe (@chrisrat) amongst others and the fact that there didn’t seem to be a UK-based blogging award. So Chris and his team got to work and one was created. I was lucky enough to be shortlisted last year in the teacher blog category and my school, St John’s, were shortlisted in the whole-school category.
Once a blog is nominated (by anyone), the top ten then get passed on to a selection of judges that then choose the outright winners.
Another great thing is that this highlights the amazing work that is going on in so many classrooms up and down the country and will hopefully get more schools blogging as a result. I know of at least two teachers that got curious about the awards and have since setup their own class blogs as a result. Which is great news for the children involved!
So why not vote for your favourite blogs here: http://educationblogawards.org/
Or look through all of the shortlisted blogs from last year here: http://educationblogawards.org/shortlisted-blogs/