Wellbeing In Schools 2019 V2

Finalists announced


Mandarin Oriental London NewWe are delighted to announce the Finalists of the Place2Be Wellbeing in Schools Awards 2019. We look forward to welcoming representatives from these schools to the awards ceremony on Monday, 25th March 2019 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Central London and celebrating together.

Thank you to the 160+ schools who took part and congratulations to our Finalists!


Have a look at our Wellbeing in Schools Awards programme >>


Child Champion

  • Featherstone Primary School
  • Medlock Valley Community Primary School
  • Oakington Manor Primary School

 

Young Champion

  • George Green's School
  • Reach Academy
  • The Totteridge Academy 


School Community (Primary)

  • Barlby Primary School
  • Croftfoot Primary School
  • Longwood Primary Academy

 

School Community (Secondary / All-through)

  • Aureus School 
  • Forest School
  • London Academy

 

Adult Champion

  • Barlby Primary School
  • Curwen Primary School
  • Forthview Primary School

 

Mental Health Professional

  • Hampton Hill Junior School
  • Kensington Aldridge Academy
  • Seaham Trinity Primary    

 

Progress Award

  • Francis Holland School
  • Murrayburn Primary School
  • Oasis Academy Oldham 

Champion Head Teacher

  • Park Lane Primary
  • St. Mary and St. Michael Catholic Primary School
  • Viking Primary School


For queries / enquiries related to late nominations please write to awards@place2be.org.uk

Awards ceremony

The awards ceremony is set to take place on Monday 25 March at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Hotel.

Awards ceremony

Our judges

The panel will comprise experts in the fields of education, mental health and wellbeing and social justice.

Our judges

Terms & Conditions

The rules and guidelines around your nomination.

Terms & Conditions

FAQs

Get answers to your questions about the awards and online nomination form.

FAQs

Judging criteria

Please review the judging criteria.

Judging criteria

Top tips

A brief guide on how to write an award-winning nomination.

Top tips

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