Celebrating children’s exceptional curriculum work

Curriculum Awards 2022 Win £1000 for your school!

We are very excited to announce the first annual Cornerstones Curriculum Awards, taking place in March, 2022. At Cornerstones, we believe that a high-quality curriculum can transform children’s lives and enable them to follow their passions, whatever their backgrounds. Over the past 10 years, we’ve been hugely impressed with the quality and diversity of curriculum work produced by primary children across England and Wales. This exciting new award gives you a unique opportunity to celebrate children’s achievements and win an incredible £1000 prize for your school!

Submit Nomination Form

Who can enter?

These awards are open to primary schools in England or Wales that use the Cornerstones Curriculum. Teachers can nominate an individual child, group, class or even an entire year group who has truly excelled in an aspect of curriculum work over the past 12 months.

For example, has your class organised a project that raised money for charity? Or maybe you know a child or group of children who have overcome barriers to pursue a curriculum passion? If you think they deserve recognition, then please do nominate them!

The deadline for entries is Friday 14th January, 2022

What do winners receive?

We are awarding ten incredible prizes of £1000* for the winning schools. Winning schools will receive this prize to further support the children’s curriculum passions, plus you’ll get a stunning Curriculum Award trophy to display in your school and individual badges for the winners.


How do we enter?

Nomination is easy. Just fill in the form below and provide evidence of the curriculum work to be judged by our awards team. To be eligible, the curriculum work needs to have taken place after January 2021, and you need to be a school that uses Cornerstones.

When is the deadline?

The deadline for entries is Friday 14th January, 2022

Winners will be announced in March, 2022.
Good luck!

Nomination form

      *All award monies must be spent on specific curriculum enrichment opportunities or resources for the individual child, group, class or year group involved. However, depending on the nature of the opportunity or resource, it may also be beneficial for future school use.