Deadline approaching for this year’s Practical Pre-School Awards

Published on: 24th May 2017

Just a few more days left to enter the Practical Pre-School and Primary Teacher Update Awards.

Practical preschoolPractical Pre-School Magazine hosts the definitive awards scheme for products aimed at children aged from birth-11 years and provides an excellent opportunity to highlight new products and brands, whilst also receiving top accreditation from many childcare professionals.

The awards are a firm fixture in the early years calendar and aim 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, and 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 sectors, whilst also receiving official endorsement from the end users.

Categories include Indoor and Outdoor Toys and Games, Creative Play, Modern Foreign Languages and Childcare amongst others, ensuring there is something for all areas of the early years and KS1 and KS2 age ranges. All results will be published in a special awards magazine distributed to the readers and data sets of Practical Pre-School in print, via digital and online, and to the readers and data sets of Primary Teacher Update via digital and online in October.

All entries must be received by 26th May 2017 – however, extra time can be given if pre-notified.


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