Here’s something that’s made this week extra special: Twig World’s primary science news service, Reach Out Reporter, has been named a finalist for the Educational Multimedia Award (Non-Broadcast Delivery) by Learning on Screen!
As you may know, the Learning on Screen Awards are the UK’s only celebration of film and media production in education. The awards are designed to showcase innovative educational media content, as well as to recognise the talents of national broadcasters, arts institutions and higher education staff and students.
Every once in a while, we take the time to pause and review what we do and why we do it, and sometimes we allow ourselves a pat on the back for doing a good job. This nomination for a Learning on Screen Award serves as that pat on the back! Our work with Imperial College London and The Goldsmiths Company on the resource Reach Out Reporter launched just four months ago, and it is great to see it already going from strength to strength. We hope this raises its awareness as the go-to topical science resource.
We’d like to say thank you to all the teachers, parents, educators and students who have supported us and who continue to do so. We will be hoping for a win at the awards evening in April – in the meantime, keep those fingers crossed for us!