Cardiff Against Bullying‘s Inspire Awards are looking for your nominations!
Want to say thank you to those who contribute positively in some way to the happiness, acceptance and security of others within our schools and our communities?
What are the Inspire Awards?
Celebrating the children, young people and adults who have the courage and strength of character to stand up for and/or befriend others who are being bullied, taunted, isolated and ignored by others – the Inspire Awards are open for nomination!
These acts of kindness towards people often go unrecognised but make all the difference to the lives of the people they help.
Want to honour someone because we believe they are important in making our schools and communities safer, more respectful and more caring places to live, work, learn and play.
Who can you nominate?
Who you nominate is entirely up to you. Nominees need to either live or work in Cardiff. Nominations can be made in one of the following seven categories:
- School award – whole school approach Primary
- School award – whole school approach Secondary
- Non-Teaching or Teaching Staff Individual Award – Primary
- Non-Teaching or Teaching Staff Individual Award – Secondary
- Alternative Provision Award – examples such as youth, sports, music, arts, wellbeing, clubs, training providers, academies, young carers projects, etc.
- Young Person Individual award – Primary
- Young person individual award – Secondary
Nominations will be accepted from peers, teaching and non teaching staff and professionals working alongside children and young people.
Nominations can be for individuals or teams who have portrayed one or more of the following criteria:
- Demonstrated one act of outstanding or exceptional kindness towards others.
- Consistently shows acts of kindness towards others for example making new pupils feel welcome, helping those who may have been bullied or left out, and providing a helping hand to those in need.
- Implemented new schemes or ideas which have improved the quality of life for others, for example supported the development or peer support schemes in schools, provided activities to support those in need, developed a project to raise awareness of bullying and prevent inequality and bullying behaviours.
- Enhanced the quality of life of others by showing kindness.
Please return the form to Cardiff Against Bullying by Friday 6th October:
Cardiff Against Bullying
Or email: email@example.com
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