Educational Awards detail 2015/16

The Bartlett School of Architecture, visit web University College London – MSc in Light & Lighting

Award Description Presentation date Nomination Date Sponsor Value, see £
Awards for outstanding achievement on the MSc course. Winner and two runners-up May November Electrical Safety First £1000 winner and £250 each runner-up

LET Award

The Lightmongers Award for the best student of the year on the Lighting Education Trust (LET) Diploma in Lighting. May or September July through September Lightmongers Charity Trust 750

London City University

The Lightmongers Merit Award to a student on the BSc Optometry & Visual Science course, in recognition of exceptional merit or achievement in the work of the department. September March Geoffrey Hall 750

Brunel University Lighting Design Course

The best student on the Brunel University Lighting Design Course. September July or August Clark Electrical 750

ALD Award

The Lightmongers Prize for new talent in Entertainment Lighting. For graduates working in the Entertainment Lighting area in the first 5 years of employment working in the live performance area. A submission and portfolio including CV has to be submitted by the end of August. At PLASA Exhibition, Excel. Or other agreed venue. September Lightmongers Charity Trust 500

City & Guilds

The Lightmongers Award presented at the annual City & Guilds Awards. Spring Mr. J. Rowsell 500

Affiliations with Schools

Hugh Ogus/Lightmongers prizes.
For Deaf children, Head boy and Girl at Mary Hare School Newbury
May Court Lightmongers Charity Trust 200
For blind children, Head boy and girl at New College Worcester. May Court Lightmongers Charity Trust 200
Grant to support a pupil from each school on a Jubilee Sailing Trust voyage, part of Duke of Edinburgh Award venture On demand John Harding & Rod Bennion
Schools Science Prizes
Science / Technology prize awarded to best project at Mary Hare School and new College Worcester
School Speech Days Lightmongers Charity Trust  £150 / school

Affiliations with H.M. Services

Awards to each of the three affiliated services. The Commanding Officer nominates a member of the Unit, Squadron or Company in recognition of exceptional merit/achievement in a particular task or study.

The Lightmongers Achievement Award to 579 Field Squadron of the Territorial Army (101 City of London Engineers Regiment) March Ian Crosby 750
The Lightmongers Merit Award to HMS Illustrious. This will be transferred to HMS Queen Elizabeth. March John Harding 750
The Lightmongers Merit Award to 606 (Chiltern) Squadron Royal Auxiliary Air Force. March Rod Bennion 750

Mansion House Scholarships Scheme

Annual contribution to this City of London scheme Mid year Lightmongers Charity Trust 500
Bill Wright
Chairman Education Committee June 2016