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2016 Practical Pre-School Awards Scheme open for entries

Published on: 21st March 2016

Practical Pre-School Magazine hosts the awards scheme, which is now in its 15th year.

Practical-pre-school-awardsThe annual Practical Pre-School Awards, produced by MA Education in association with Practical Pre-School magazine, aims to reward excellence in product design, development and suitability across a wide range of categories in the early years and pre-school sectors.

All entries are tested by childcare professionals and the children they work with. Achieving a Practical Pre-School or Primary Teacher Update Award provides an excellent opportunity to highlight new products within the pre-school, primary school and childcare industries, whilst also receiving official endorsement from end users.

The results will be published in Practical Pre-School magazine and online in October, with the Primary Teacher Update Awards set to receive extra coverage in Primary Teacher Update magazine.

Toy suppliers will particularly benefit from the Toys and Games, Outdoor Toys and Creative Play categories in both the Practical Pre-School and Primary Teacher Update Awards. In addition to this, other categories include: Books and Publications, Teacher Resources & Equipment, Music and Multimedia, Modern Foreign Languages and Electronic and New Technology.

All entries must be received by 27th May. For more information or to request entry forms, contact Lauren@evolution-pr.co.uk or call Lauren Macdonald on 01327 227010.

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