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Award Categories (2019 Sponsors)

The Voice Award
(Children & Young People)

The Voice Award

The Award for Social Communication

For those who have made significant progress in their ability to communicate and work with others.

Sponsored by Herefordshire & Worcestershire Dyslexia Association 

The Spark Award
(Children & Young People)

Bright Spark Award

The Award for Cognition and Learning

For those who have made significant progress in their understanding and learning.

Sponsored by Heart of Worcestershire College

The Path Award
(Children & Young People)

The Path Award

The Award for  Social, Emotional & Mental Health

For those who have persevered with inspirational determination in spite of adversity; or made significant progress with their emotional resilience or self awareness.

Sponsored by The Children's Family Trust

The Sensation Award
(Children & Young People)


The Award for  Physical & Sensory Needs

For those who have made inspiring progress with managing and/or overcoming their physical sensitivities or difficulties.

Sponsored by Chadsgrove Teaching School

The Wonder Award (Professionals)


The Award for an Inspirational Professional 

For those education, health or social care professionals who have made a significant difference to a child or group of children within their setting.

Sponsored by Real Training

The Heartbeat Award
(Parents, Carers & Young Carers)


The Award for Remarkable Love & Care    For those parents, carers and young carers who have shown inspirational love, care, commitment and courage in spite of great challenge.

Sponsored by Operation Diversity

And, NEW FOR 2019!

The Symphony Award
(Multi-Agency Teams)


The Award for Multi-Agency Teams

Anyone can nominate a team around a child - even someone from within the team. If you are proud of the way professionals from across a multi-disciplinary or agency team have supported a child, we'd love to celebrate them.

Sponsored by Irwin Mitchell Solicitors


Thinking about nominating someone but want some advice about how to do it?