Award Winners 2019

Check out who won in 2019 and browse through photos from the ceremony!

 

 

The nasen Award for Early Years provision

Any Early Years provision that has effectively promoted inclusion throughout the school by providing outstanding provision/practice that is above what’s expected/average can be nominated for this award.

Shortlisted Entries  The Lloyd Park Children's Charity, Abbey School & Randolph Bereseford Nursery & Early Years Centre

WINNER: Abbey School

 

The nasen Award for Post 16-25 provision

Any Post 16-25 provision that has effectively promoted inclusion throughout the school by providing outstanding provision/practice that is above what’s expected/average can be nominated for this award.

Shortlisted Entries: Ruskin Mill Trust, Cardiff Vale College & Derwen College

WINNER: Cardiff Vale College

 

 

The nasen Award for Secondary Provision  

Any Secondary provision that has effectively promoted inclusion throughout the school by providing outstanding provision/practice that is above what’s expected/average can be nominated for this award.

Shortlisted Entries: Landgate School & Sarah Bonnell School

WINNER: Landgate School

 

Provision of the Year Award

Any education setting that has effectively promoted inclusion throughout the setting by providing outstanding provision/practice that is above what’s expected/average can be nominated for this award.

Shortlisted Entries: 

Leamington LAMP

Chichester College

SeeAbility - in partnership with Perseid School, Village School, Moorcroft School, Grangewood School, Willow Dene School, Charlton Park Academy and RNIB Sunshine House

WINNER: SeeAbility - in partnership with Perseid School, Village School, Moorcroft School, Grangewood School, Willow Dene School, Charlton Park Academy and RNIB Sunshine House

 

The nasen Award for Co-production with Children and Young People and their Families

This award is for any educational setting that effectively promotes inclusive engagement with parents/carers and families and how this practice has a positive impact on the outcomes of children/young people and their families.

Shortlisted Entries: Oakfield High School and College, Rotherham Charter and Genuine Partnerships VOICES & Ladywood School

WINNER: Ladywood School

 

The nasen Award for Primary Provision 

Any Primary provision that has effectively promoted inclusion throughout the school by providing outstanding provision/practice that is above what’s expected/average can be nominated for this award.

WINNER: Marine Academy Primary - The Inclusion Team

 

 

 

The Innovation Award for Technology

Any organisation or educational setting that can effectively demonstrate how technology has been used to promote inclusion for children and young people with SEND.

WINNER: Scanning Pens - The Reader Pen 

 

Young person/Youth (up to 25 years) Achievement Award

For this prestigious award, we are looking for young individuals that have achieved against the odds and made a positive difference to the lives of other children/young people with SEND. To nominate, please provide supporting documents detailing the achievements of the young person and how their work/approach has had or is having a positive impact on other children/young people.

Shortlisted Entries: Siena Castellon, Jemima Browning, Jeevan Chagger & Caitlin Wilson

WINNER: Jemima Browning

 

nasen Teacher of the Year Award

We are looking for inspiring teachers that have had a positive impact on children/young people with SEND through outstanding practice. To nominate for this award, please provide supporting evidence to show how the teacher has worked in partnership with children/young people, how their practice demonstrates inclusivity and what aspects of their provision/practice goes above and beyond what is expected.

Shortlisted Entries: Liz Wilcox, Fatimeh Hussain and teaching duo Mr Roberts & Mrs Ingoe

WINNER: Liz Wilcox

 

Learning Support Staff of the Year Award

This award is for anyone in a learning support role that has demonstrated excellent practice which has improved outcomes for children/young people with SEND. To nominate for this award please provide evidence on how their practice demonstrates inclusivity (example, how are they establishing and maintaining productive relationships with children), how their provision goes above and beyond what is expected and how their work is having a positive impact on children/young people with SEND.

Shortlisted Entries: Jeevan Chagger & Loz Larkin

WINNER: Loz Larkin

 

The David Ryan Publication Award 2019

Any organisation or educational setting that has used an innovative publication (including e-books) which has had a positive impact on children/young people with SEND.

WINNER: SpeechLink Multimedia Ltd - The Link Magazine

 

SEND Leader of the Year Award

We are looking for SEND leaders that can demonstrate how their strategic delivery demonstrates inclusivity, for example how do they lead others and how do they realise an inclusive vision?

Shortlisted: Sally McFarlane, Thomas Keaney & Nuzhat Lilani

WINNER: Thomas Keaney

 

 

 

nasen Award Categories

nasen Award Categories

12 different categories designed to celebrate achievements within school/organisation settings as well as reward individuals who are all going that extra mile to support children and young people with SEND.

Judging Panel

Judging Panel

Our carefully selected judging panel have a wealth of experience working across the educational industry.

nasen Awards 2019 winners

nasen Awards 2019 winners

Take a look at who won at the 2019 awards ceremony including pictures of the event and details of the awards.