Education Resources Awards 2024

This year’s ERA award winners were announced at an awards ceremony on Thursday, 18th April 2024 at The National Conference Centre Birmingham and we were proud to be finalists.

BESA and Brilliant Marketing Solutions organise The Education Resources Awards 2024 supported by the National Association for Special Educational Needs (nasen) and NAHT. The ERAs are firmly established as the premier annual event to celebrate outstanding success for the suppliers and teaching professionals of the education sector throughout the UK.

The ERAs highlight the diversity and quality of educational resources, establishments and the most dedicated members of the teaching profession, all working together for the very best outcomes in education. There are 23 categories and we were a finalist in the Wellbeing category pipped to the post by worthy winners Welbee working to improve staff wellbeing. You can see the full list of categories, finalists and winners online.

As an organisation dedicated to improving children’s mental health, emotional development and wellbeing through a range of wellbeing resources and training for schools we are very proud to be shortlisted alongside such established organisations.

Our growing team enjoyed the glitzy evening of wonderful food, good humour and dancing.

“It was such a privilege to come together with the Hamish & Milo team to celebrate the ERA awards. To be a finalist among such other organisations and professionals championing and making a difference to children’s wellbeing is an honour and something we are so proud to be part of.”

Clare Williams, Author & Creator
Hamish & Milo ERA Awards Finalist 2024
ERA Awards Wellbeing Finalist Hamish & Milo Team

From left to right Dave Grey Navigator Head of Development, Donna Holgate Finance & Admin, Andrea Middleton Lead Consultant, Clare Williams Author & Creator, Anne Waddicor Managing Director, Lewis Brown of the Equinox Group

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