Client news: Queen's College, Taunton are finalists in National Game Awards
Updated: Jan 9
Staff and pupils at Queen’s College in Taunton are absolutely delighted and honoured that they have been recognised by the prestigious, national 'Eat Game Awards' again this year. The College was also nominated in the Eat Game Awards 2021 for the ‘Best Game Educator Award’
Head, Julian Noad said, “We are so proud to be the only school in the country to have made it through to the final shortlist for the UK's Best Game Educator Award 2023'.
The 'Best Game Educator Award 2023' showcases all schools, colleges, further education establishments, organisations and individuals in the UK educating about game. To place your vote and help celebrate the achievements of all pupils and staff at Queen's College please go to https://eatgame.co.uk/eat-game-awards/voting/
Joe Mann, Head of the Faculty of Art, Design, and Food, said, “I am so very proud of our pupils and staff and their teaching and learning about the food preparation and nutrition of game. The shortlisting for such a prestigious national food award, that recognises the culinary achievements and nutritional learning at Queen's College, is a great privilege.”
The winners will be announced at the star-studded ceremony in March in London.