For the second year in a row, I’m delighted to announce that I have been nominated for a UK Blog Award in the (Individual) Education category. I want to express a huge and heartfelt thank you to those who nominated Mr. Hill’s Musings. I’m incredibly grateful.
Last year, I was overwhelmed by the support that I received during the public vote round. To all who voted last time, thank you. It honestly means the world to me. Unfortunately, I wasn’t shortlisted but I was thrilled just to be involved. It’s always a strong category that celebrates a wide range of education blogs and the dedicated teachers/parents who work so hard on them. Just being included in such great company was an honour. I encourage you to check out the Education winners from last year:
Business Education Winner: Teacher Toolkit
Once again, I extend my warmest congratulations to these bloggers. Teacher Toolkit is one of the blogs that first inspired this one, and I was thrilled to discover Soph’s blog through this process last year. Well deserved, indeed!
This year, the category is equally strong! Actually winning might be a dream too far, but I’d love to be shortlisted so that I can attend the prestigious ceremony in London. To get my hands on an invitation, I need your support. Please follow this link to vote for Mr. Hill’s Musings. Once there, it only takes one more click to vote. It couldn’t be easier! If you know others who find value in my blog, please share the link. Each person can vote for one blog in each field, so browse the other categories while you’re there and support a range of bloggers!
If you’re new here, I’d love to connect with you (whether you vote for me or not). Please follow my blog and/or any of its social platforms. Perhaps you’re wondering why I deserve your vote over the other fantastic nominees in Education. To be honest, I’m not sure. All I can do is encourage you to browse my site in the hope that you notice something special that resonates with you.
The shortlisted blogs will be announced on 4th January 2019 and the ceremony will take place on 12th April. Once again, here’s the link to get me to London. I’d be forever grateful. Thank you so much!