ChildLine founder Dame Esther Rantzen is proud to be brand ambassador for the 
Community Education Awards 

Dame Esther has campaigned tirelessly for children's rights for more than 30 years. 
Having first found fame as the presenter of That's Life! - the BBC's long-running consumer programme -  
she went on to set up ChildLine, the first  
24-hour confidential helpline for children.  
After it was merged with the NSPCC she went on to serve as the charity's trustee and continues to work for childrens welfare. 

"Celebrating Your Schools' Achievements" 

Enter your School or Teacher NOW!! 
We will be in touch with all our shortlisted entries week commencing Tuesday 23rd April!  
A huge Thank you and Good Luck  
to all of you that entered... 
The Community Education Awards help to recognise the valuable work that is undertaken in schools across the UK, especially those that deal with a range of vitally important social issues. 
The awards are an annual celebration of schools' efforts to help children and young people become positive community members. The awards are designed to highlight and reward the most effective projects being delivered in schools and within their local community. 
The awards are open to primary and secondary schools and pupil referral units. 
If you have a school project which encourages children to grow into socially conscious young people, or a teacher that has gone over and above their duties then you need to tell us by entering one of our prestigious awards. 
Community Champion Winner - Tommy Wilson
Sarah Hudson - Teacher of the Year
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