This year, we asked primary schools across the UK that are benefiting from the GRI education model and our local schools, to get creative and design our company Christmas e-card.
Congratulations to Eva, age 8, from Grimsargh St Michael's CE School in Preston, who has won the competition, and will receive £50 in National Book Tokens, a pack of Christmas cards printed with her own design, a customised bauble and a Cadbury Selection Box.
Grimsargh St Michael's will receive £500 in cash, or the equivalent value in National Book Tokens for their library.
Our two runners-up - Jannah, age 7, from Marine Park First School in Whitley Bay and Erion, age 10, from St Paul’s CE Primary School in London - will both receive prizes.
We would like to thank every school who took part, without their participation the competition would not have been such a tremendous success.
Eva, Age 8, Grimsargh St Michael's CE School, Preston
Jannah, Age 7, Marine Park First School, Whitley Bay
Erion, Age 10, St Paul’s CE Primary School, London
As the leading procurer of temporary cover, we help schools to fulfil their safeguarding obligations by ensuring they have the very best supply teachers in place at the right time.
We understand that budgets are tight, so we look to reduce the cost of temporary staffing by bridging the gap between supply teachers and the agencies which supply them.
As well as leading positions on public sector procurement frameworks such as SUPC, GCCNPS, YPO, ESPO, NEPO, MSTAR2, CCS and CPC, GRI has been chosen to manage the supply worker requirements of many schools, academies, colleges and universities.
Read about how we helped Camden Learning, a joint enterprise between Camden council and its 60-member schools, deliver 15,000 days of high quality supply cover, whilst achieving 14% in cost savings in our most recent case study.