Westminster Mental Health and Wellbeing in Education Awards
in association with Queen’s Park Primary School
We are pleased to announce that on Thursday 12th March 2020 we will be hosting our first Mental Health and Wellbeing Awards for services across Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea.
We are looking for schools, charities and third party organisations to nominate key individuals and teams in the following categories.
Partnership Working - This Award recognises partnership working with children and young people across a school and service team.
Children’s Champion - This award recognises an individual member of staff who has gone above and beyond to provide care for the young people they are looking after. This staff member may work within a school or third party service.
Whole School Approach – This award recognises schools who have implemented a whole school approach to mental health and wellbeing, focusing on whole school teaching to individual interventions.
Staff Wellbeing Champion – This award recognises schools who have gone above and beyond to support their staff members wellbeing. We are keen to hear about some of the initiatives you have developed.
School Counsellor of the Year – This award is aimed at the trusted adult in your school who makes such a difference for the outcomes of young people in their care.
Mentoring Charity of the Year – This award recognises the charities who work within our schools to support the young children within our care, through raising aspirations and providing excellent role models.
Bereavement Support of the Year – This award is aimed at those charities who support families across Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea during their loss.
Making a Difference Award – This award is for the team making a differences across education. It could be aimed at a school, charity or third sector organisation.
Activity and Wellbeing Award – There is a huge link between activity and a child’s wellbeing. This award will share best practice in getting children up and about with a view to improving mental health.
Building Stronger Communities Award – This award is aimed at celebrating those who have worked at engaging local communities in promoting positive mental health and wellbeing.
Parental Engagement Award – Schools work hard at getting things right for their children, we want to know what is working for the parents? This award celebrates parental partnerships.
Gang’s Awareness Award – This is a prominent topic we are challenged with daily. This award is aimed at raising the profile of support that is available with regards to gang culture.
Commendation Award – Awarded to the school who has begun the journey, improved their wellbeing offer and has plans for the future.
To nominate we require a short 200 word introduction to the nominee and 500 words as to why they should win the category.
Nominations will be shortlisted on February 14th. With shortlisted organisations being informed at the start of February.
Please contact the school for more details
With thanks to the Westminster Foundation for supporting this.