In order to take part in the 3rd Millennium Learning Award you need to satisfy the joining criteria, as follows:
- You need to be a member of Naace in order to make a submission. The community blog is the hub of the 3rd Millennium Learning Award process- a place to get all the information and make and receive comments on your work. You may join as an individual (although this does has the disadvantage of only allowing one person to participate and view the materials) or as a school (with up to four members with access). Membership options are here. (Please note Affiliate/NQT/Student and Senior membership status is not permitted for the Award criteria)
- You need to pay the 3rd Millennium Learning Award fee which is currently set at £475. The fee covers the work of guides who will engage with you in commenting on your submission, the consideration of your submission for the Award, a certificate should you be successful, logos for your use and general support.
Ready to register?
You can register at any time and then set your own deadline for submitting for the Awards which are made in January and March (and on occasion at other times) of each year to suit your own priorities.
Please use the following link to register to join the Third Millennium Learning Award scheme. You can join at any time and start work on the Award immediately. Awards are made two or three times per year (at Bett in January, at the Naace Conference in March and at other events that might be arranged)- submission deadlines are generally six weeks before the event) but you can submit for the award at any time regardless of the award events.
Important guidance for the Award
The information for schools document below contains much useful advice about making a submission for the Award. Please note that there is a small difference in the procedure for submitting your links as our new website will handle them differently. For now please send the links to your submission videos (and any queries) directly to email@example.com.