Four Crown House titles up for awards at this evening's 2017 ERAs

17 March 2017

The Education Resources Awards (ERA) 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.

Amongst the many great entries up for nomination, we are proud to have four books/series of our own shortlisted for the Education Resources Awards in the Educational Book Award category:

The Opening Doors to Quality Writing series by Bob Cox.

The Feel Brave series by Avril McDonald.

The Art of Being Brilliant series by Chris Henley, Gary Toward, Andy Cope and Stuart Spendlow.

Making the Leap by Dr Jill Berry.

A full list of the finalists can be found here. The winners will be announced later on today, Friday 17th March 2017.

Good luck to all involved!

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