Site named as award finalist
The Brookmans Park Newsletter, one of the finalists in the New Statesmanís New Media Award 2003, has failed to win a prize this year.
The winner of the 'Contribution to a Civic Society' category, which this site was nominated for, was Perfiliate Technologies.
The winner of the 'Best School Internet Project' (secondary) was King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys. The 'Best chool internet project (primary)
The key themes of this yearís awards were "innovation, efficiency and accessibility".
We intended to award those who had really achieved something good for society: at school, at home as well as within the body politic: government, local authorities, health, education, social services, and the civil service.won the award once and been commended twice in 2002 and in 1999.
According to the New Statesman, the award, which is being run in association with SchlumbergerSema, focuses on how new media technology is used to make a difference in public life.
The organisers say the key themes of this yearís awards are "innovation, efficiency and accessibility".
The award will be given to the site that has "achieved something good for society: at school, at home as well as within the body politic: government, local authorities, health, education, social services, and the civil service."
10 June 2003
National web award commendation - 21 August 2002
Site shortlisted for national award - 3 August 2002
National web award for Brookmans Park - 11 July 2000
Website wins national commendation - 1 July 1999