We encourage you to nominate practitioners in the network for the great work they have been doing to provide an engaging, fully-rounded education that prepares young people for learning, life and work. If you would like to nominate more than one person, you will have the option to do so when your first nomination has been submitted.
Awards will be presented at our Awards Dinner on Thursday 22nd June at Fazley Studios, Birmingham. We very much hope that your nominees, or a representative of your school, will be able to join us for this celebration.
The awards process:+ Nomination deadline is Friday 31st March+ Nominators and/or nominees will be contacted for further information Monday 3rd April - Wednesday 17th May+ Awards will be presented at the Celebration and Awards Dinner, Thursday 22nd June
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ImpactInvolving more staff has led to the introduction of the ‘Ladettes to Ladies’ course, allowing for the positive work to be carried out amongst a larger number of pupils from across the school community. With regard to student response, the outcomes have been excellent. Use of the school Pupil Support Provision has been reduced by 30% within one term. Whilst this is a tremendous outcome for a process that is still in its infancy, the maturity with which students have worked alongside their peers and mentors has been refreshing.
ImpactThe Sharing Stories Project has seen 100% of families attend these sessions with 160 children taking part. Visitors from other schools have been amazed by the involvement of all our families who are always relaxed and happy to do activities with their children and staff. Feedback from parents has been seen in our questionnaires which show children love their books from school and how they use props to tell the story to other family members. Parents have also been sending us videos of children retelling stories at home. In classrooms it has been observed that more children use books independently, their vocabulary has increased and they are making links between different stories.